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Eaton logo2 400October 28, 2020

Eaton has developed its first-ever global forum to help advance cybersecurity for a more connected world.

The Cybersecurity Perspectives conference goes live on Monday, October 26 with keynote sessions and the entire program will be available on-demand.

Inside of the next five years, analysts expect 41.6 billion connected devices will be generating 79.4 zettabytes of data that need to be maintained and processed. In an increasingly connected world, cybersecurity is a critical capability and Eaton’s enterprise-wide proactive and consistent approach to cybersecurity is unique.

We can do much more to create positive change and help ensure our lives are not impacted by cyber breaches and attacks,” said Michael Regelski, senior vice president, R&D for Intelligent Power Management Solutions and chief technology officer, Electrical Sector at Eaton. “In this breakthrough global forum, we are bringing together Eaton experts, partners and customers from around the world to discuss hard-won lessons, best practices and industry standards to support a more secure tomorrow.” 

The Cybersecurity Perspectives educational sessions include:

  • Keynote insights from Eaton leaders – Michael Regelski, chief technology officer, Electrical Sector on the three key actions to advance cybersecurity and Aravind Yarlagadda, chief digital officer, on the intersection of digitalization and cybersecurity
  • Expert-led panel discussions on security trends and the strategies that attendees can implement to manage risk with experts from Eaton, Microsoft, Payatu and Synopsys
  • Industry leaders weigh in on global standards – including experts from the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), International Society of Automation (ISA) Global Cybersecurity Alliance, UL and Eaton
  • How-to education and training sessions on key technical aspects of cybersecurity

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