Tune in this Saturday (June 16) at 8 am on WTIC-AM 1080 as Tom Maloney and Natalie Real from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT), and Connecticut Chief Cyber Security Risk Officer Art House, as they join show host Steve Parker for a discussion on cybersecurity. Cybersecurity and export control are increasing in importance in Connecticut and the manufacturing community. Manufacturing is critical to the state’s economic growth and those companies who do business with the US government must demonstrate that they have the proper controls in place and comply with federal export control and cybersecurity regulations. CCAT is a non-profit organization with expert staff, products and services that implements cybersecurity and export control processes. House will discuss Connecticut’s cybersecurity strategy, which ensures our state government has robust measures.
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