Events

Upcoming Events

 
APCO Broadband Summit
May 21 - 22, 2019
Crystal Gateway Marriott
Arlington, VA

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2019 APCO Broadband Summit

CEO & President Tim Lorello Speaking:
Tuesday May 21st, 1:45PM - 2:30PM

Cybersecurity for Public Safety: Panel Moderated by Jay English, CTO, APCO International

This series of presentations will explore the cyber-threat landscape for public safety, recent incidents and root causes, and an explanation of key elements of cybersecurity.

 
NENA 9-1-1
June 14 - 19, 2019
Gaylord Palms
Orlando, FL

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NENA 2019

President & CEO Tim Lorello Speaking: 
Tuesday June 18th, 11:15AM - 12:15PM

Understanding End-to-End Cybersecurity in an i3 Environment:

9-1-1 is evolving to an All-IP Next Generation system, and cybersecurity is a critical concern when anything using internet protocols can be attacked. In this session, we will reveal the importance of cybersecurity in an All-IP network, explore the cybersecurity challenges of NG9-1-1, and discuss key efforts surrounding NENA's ICE 9 end-to-end cybersecurity test in an i3 environment.

 
APCO
August 11-14, 2019
The Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

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APCO 2019

President & CEO, Tim Lorello; CTO, Sean Scott; and Chief Engineer, Alex Lorello Speaking: 
Monday August 12th, 4:30PM - 5:30PM AND Tuesday August 13th, 2:45PM - 3:45PM

How Hackers Infiltrate Our Public Safety Infrastructure:

Cyber attacks have become big news, and our public safety infrastructure is feeling the effects. In moving from E9-1-1 to NG9-1-1, cybersecurity is a top concern. Criminals, hacktivists, and terrorists are already targeting local governments and public safety. In the last 24 months, SecuLore Solutions has recorded over 300 publicly reported cyber-attacks against local governments and public safety. In this session, learn cybersecurity techniques from a public safety technology expert, a veteran cyber-warfare expert, and an ethical hacker. Dive into how hackers have infiltrated E9-1-1 systems, and how we can prepare now to make NG9-1-1 more secure.