Isn’t it great to meet your respected peers all in one place to share ideas on improving industrial business performance?
Executives, engineers, developers and analysts did just that at the ARC World Industry Forum in Orlando recently. And Cisco representatives were there to discuss the challenges and rewards of networking in industrial environments. Here is a summary on forum discussions specific to cyber security, the Internet of Things and risk management.
Brian Uffelman is a Security Solutions Architect for the Cisco Connected Industries Group. In this video Brian summarizes his talk on securing the end-to-end (Plant-to-Business) network from internal network threats. Brian speaks of the benefits of a complete security architecture that starts in the DMZ to keep threats out of the network and extends security all the way to the individual production user. Read More »
Every year, ARC Advisory Group hosts forums and conferences in major cities around the world. Topics range from automotive, CPG, aerospace, biotech, chemicals, mining, oil and gas and other sectors. The forums allow corporate executives to network with peers and gather industry intelligence.
Please join me in welcoming Bob Dean to the Manufacturing Industry Blog!
I am pleased to introduce Robert (Bob) Dean to the Cisco Manufacturing Industry Blog. Bob is the Executive Director with Cisco’s Americas Business Transformation team and is responsible for building and leading the go-to-market ans sales development strategies for the Manufacturing Industry Vertical in the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
Bob has an extensive background with technology and management consulting firms and specializes in integrated supply chain management in the manufacturing industry on a global scale. His expertise includes both international and domestic client engagements across the entire spectrum of manufacturing industries and supply chain processes.
With over 35 years of industry experience, Bob has demonstrated skill in assisting organizations in rethinking the way they do business with a focus on globalization, innovation and value creation, extended enterprise collaboration, and operational excellence. As a catalyst for change, he is considered a strategist with a global operational/implementation focus.