STRENGTHENING US MANUFACTURING THROUGH INNOVATIONS IN ROBOTICS AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
The ARM Institute is leading the way to a future where people and robots work together to respond to our nation’s greatest challenges and to develop and produce the world’s most desired products.
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Cyber Security for Manufacturing Summit
Connect with Lisa Masciantonio, ARM Institute Chief Workforce Officer, at this virtual conference! Lisa will lead a panel discussion on “Cyber for Robotics – Bringing the Workforce Up to Speed” that will explore:
- what robotic technicians need to know to protect robots from cyber-attacks at the edge (machine level and related to the interface between the machines and the network)
- what competencies are needed for the robotic technicians to upskill to address cyber challenges
- the need for training on how to protect robots from cyber attacks
- key cyber training programs for robotic technicians to acquire these competencies
Over 2-days members can earn up to 9 CPE credits and will learn how to build resilience, mitigate risks and develop a cyber security strategy to combat new and ongoing threats. ARM Members can access a discount code for this conference by logging into the Member Community or emailing [email protected]
The ARM Institute bridges the gap between more than 300 leading organizations in industry, government, and academia, all dedicated to catalyzing a robust national manufacturing ecosystem. From major technology companies to impactful start-ups, from traditional four-year universities to trade schools and community colleges, the ARM Institute believes that by bringing together organizations with diverse skills and perspectives, our membership will drive the future of American manufacturing.
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