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CyberSecure IPS to Present Booth at the TechNet Augusta 2019

Wednesday August 14, 2019

Washington, D.C., August 14, 2019 – CyberSecure IPS announced today that it will be a booth Exhibitor at the 2019 Technet Augusta (https://events.afcea.org/augusta19/).  Given its origins in the DoD and commitment to protecting America’s critical assets, CyberSecure is an ideal exhibitor at this 3-day conference held in collaboration with the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence. CyberSecure IPS has long established its product portfolio as the best-in-class standard for protecting Alarmed PDS systems, telecommunications conduits and related network operations assets of the largest government and commercial technology companies.  These same standards are now being applied to the myriad of OT assets that pose a grave risk to our nation’s critical infrastructure.

CyberSecure IPS is slated for Booth 210

“We are pleased to be able to expand our exhibitor presence this year as a reflection not only of our growth, but as a sign of continued commitment to protecting our nation’s most sensitive cyber-physical IT assets.  We are also excited to introduce our latest innovations for Unified Cyber-Physical Protection (UCP) solutions,” states Eddie Lee, Director of Business Development.

 

About CyberSecure IPS

We are the global leader in Unified Cyber-Physical Protection solutions. We secure the most vulnerable yet overlooked areas of cyber security: attacks of physical network infrastructures and theft of critical network assets.

SOURCE: CyberSecure IPS

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Media Contact:

Edward Lee

edward.lee@cybersecureips.com

 

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