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Ottawa
OTTAWA'S LEADING IT CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION
June 18-18, 2019
iTech is Canada's leading IT technology conference and exhibition focusing on Infrastructure, Cloud, Security, Data Centre and Mobility. Discover new cutting edge products and services, Network and meet new people in the industry, Stay up-to-date on the latest technology trends, See technology i...

ENSURING CYBER RESILIENCE FOR INDUSTRIAL & CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
ENSURING CYBER RESILIENCE FOR INDUSTRIAL & CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
June 19-19, 2019
2018 was a major tipping point for ICS/SCADA threat awareness. Management boards and government officials now understand that modern cyberattacks like NotPetya, TRITON and LockerGoga can easily bypass perimeter defenses, shut down production facilities, and have a major impact on financial results &...

BlackBerry


BlackBerry is a mobile-native software and services company dedicated to securing the Enterprise of Things. BlackBerry Secure software provides the embedded intelligence for the Enterprise of Things so that the Internet of Things can thrive. Today’s BlackBerry is a software company with a standard of security for managing the network of mobile and wearable devices, desktops and laptops, and other endpoints within enterprises. In addition to developing and providing applications, our BlackBerry Secure platform enables enterprises and independent developers to create applications for smartphones, medical devices, connected cars, consumer appliances and industrial machinery, and much more.

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EVENTS

Ottawa
OTTAWA'S LEADING IT CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION
June 18-18, 2019
iTech is Canada's leading IT technology conference and exhibition focusing on Infrastructure, Cloud, Security, Data Centre and Mobility. Discover new cutting edge products and services, Network and meet new people in the industry, Stay up-to-date on the latest technology trends, See technology i...

ENSURING CYBER RESILIENCE FOR INDUSTRIAL & CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
ENSURING CYBER RESILIENCE FOR INDUSTRIAL & CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
June 19-19, 2019
2018 was a major tipping point for ICS/SCADA threat awareness. Management boards and government officials now understand that modern cyberattacks like NotPetya, TRITON and LockerGoga can easily bypass perimeter defenses, shut down production facilities, and have a major impact on financial results &...