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Smart City Cyber Security & Resilience: Architecture and Best Practices
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Erfan Ibrahim, Ph.D., Center Director, Cyber-Physical Systems Security & Resilience, NREL

The concept of a smart city has largely been taking shape in recent years, in part because of the growing challenges of over populated urban areas around the world as well as the emergence of low-cost, high-speed digital technologies that promise...

GIS - GeoEnabled Decision Making
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Darrell R. Robertson, GeoReadiness IGI&S Enterprise Program Manager, U. S. Navy

Every asset on a United States Navy shore installation has a location, specifically real property such as land, buildings, roads and utilities that are the focus of Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) goals for existence and...

3rd Annual Smart Cities International Symposium Coming to Chicago
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The 3rd Annual Smart Cities International Symposium & Exhibition, January 22-24, 2019 in Chicago brings together thought leaders and practitioners from around the world to explore the most recent technology advances, business models,...

The Evolving Role of Environment, Health and Safety and Sustainability
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Thomas Day, Chief Sustainability Officer, United States Postal Service

Environment, Health and Safety, Sustainability (EHS&S), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)–terms that may describe organizational structure, as well as organizational strategic approach. Depending upon the organization, the terms may...

When APTs Attack: Keeping Government Data Secure
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Pat Clawson, Chairman and CEO, Lumension

Over the course of the last month, we’ve seen countless enterprises fall prey to cyber attacks. Some were high profile, such as the Adobe attack that compromised tens of millions of customer accounts, leading to other sites, including...

GRID EX III - Physical and Cyber Security on the Electric Utility Grid
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Dawn Roth Lindell, SVP & CIO, Western Area Power Administration

What would happen if our electricity was down for weeks or months due to a coordinated attack on our electric grid? Without electricity, we go without clean water, our food would rot and without gasoline pumps which now use electricity, vehicles...

Virtualizing Servers for Cost-Cutting in Future
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Chris Estes, State CIO, North Carolina Office of Information Technology Services

The Raleigh-Durham area has long been known for the Research Triangle Park, where Fortune 100 firms rub elbows with high-tech start-ups and university spin-outs. Now that culture of innovation, fueled by the private sector and State universities,...

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