Jerry Irvine to Speak at the Midwest Manufacturing Business Conference

 In Manufacturing, Prescient News

Jerry Irvine, the CIO of Prescient Solutions, is set to speak at the Midwest Manufacturing Business Conference on Monday, April 24. The 2-day event is built directly from manufacturer input and designed to address the current and future business challenges of today’s mid-market manufacturers. Bringing together C-level executives from across the Midwest, the conference includes 3 core educational tracks, and a series of roundtables, panels, interactive one-on-ones, and a CEO Networking Event.

Irvine will be speaking at 10 AM on the topic: Cybersecurity and the Future of Digital Product Tracking. With the advancement of manufacturing – with interconnected systems and data running the supply chain – cybersecurity becomes an increasing concern. Accordingly, Irvine will take the time to answer questions about the greatest cybersecurity problems that manufacturers face.

With 30 years of IT experience, including numerous leadership roles, Irvine offers a wealth of knowledge on the subject of cybersecurity. Because of his broad experience, he was selected to join the National Cyber Security Task force, a joint operation between the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The task force is responsible for advising decision-makers on cybersecurity policy and sharing best practices.

Because of Irvine’s far-reaching expertise on the topic of cybersecurity, his session is something you don’t want to miss. Learn details about the event and registering below.

Event Details

Where: QC Waterfront Convention Center – 2012 State St Bettendorf, Iowa 52722

When: April 24th-25th

Other details, including registration:

Irivnes’s session: April 24th at 10 AM, Cybersecurity and the Future of Digital Product Tracking

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