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Two Day Industry 4.0 Conference: Industrial Cyber Security and Industrial IoT (Chicago, IL, United States - September 23rd-24th, 2019) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 19, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 19, 2018--The “Industry 4.0 - Industrial Cyber Security and Industrial IoT” conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The emergence of new digital industrial technology is a transformation to gather and analyze data across machines enabling faster, more flexible, and more efficient processes to produce higher-quality goods at substantially reduced costs.

Witness the future of manufacturing from leading experts, gain support & access to business, hear about large- & small-scale 4.0 case studies at the Industry 4.0 Conference: Cybersecurity & Industrial Internet of Things. Come and network with your peers to learn about cybersecurity and IIoT solutions to make manufacturing smarter.

Key Highlights

Integration of cybersecurity Need of industrial revolution Cyber risk and compliance strategy Implementation of IIoT Smart manufacturing practice Used cases of implementation

Who Should Attend:

Vice Presidents, Heads, Chiefs, Directors, Lead engineers, chief architects, managers from the technological and manufacturing firms from the departments of:

Innovation Security Marketing Strategic Marketing Operations Technology Manufacturing

Agenda:

07:55 Registration

08:55 Opening note

09:00 How revenue mix is changing for Industry 4.0 as an industry

09:30 Interconnection between ecosystem and potential impact

10:00 Panel discussion - Greenfield opportunities in Industry 4.0

10:30 Panel discussion - How to we prioritize growth strategies for Industry 4.0

11:00 Morning refreshment and Networking

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

11:50 Round table discussion-Adaptation of Industry 4.0 across top industry segments

12:35 How Internet of things has revolutionized the industry

13:05 Challenges in IT structure

13:35 Lunch Break and Networking

INTEGRATION OF CYBERSECURITY

14:35 Why Industry 4.0?

15:00 Need of inhouse cybersecurity

15:30 Panel discussion: Incorporation of Cybersecurity solutions

16:00 Afternoon Refreshments and Networking

16:50 Security and compliance strategy

17:20 Cyber risks and strategies to overcome these risks

17:50 Closing remarks

17:55 Drinks Reception & Networking

19:00 End of Day 1

Day 2

08:30 Registration

08:55 Opening note

INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS

09:00 Strategies to implement IIOT in different industries

09:30 Used case on application of IIOT

10:00 Predictive and smart manufacturing practice

10:30 Morning refreshment and Networking

PRACTICE AREAS OF IIoT

11:10 Panel discussion: Automotive vs Process Industry

12:35 Application on IIOT in discrete manufacturing

13:05 Case study

13:35 Lunch Break and Networking

14:35 Case study

15:00 How IIOT will benefit small scale manufacturers?

15:30 Round table discussion: Futuristic view for the technology for the next 5 years in line

16:00 End of Conference

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dbnl8l/two_day_industry?w=4

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Related Topics:IT Security,Internet of Things and M2M,Industrial Automation

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INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY SECURITY

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