National Manufacturing Day!
Friday, October 4th, 2019 will mark the eight annual National Manufacturing Day in NJ!
The celebration was designed to expand knowledge about and improve the general public’s perception of manufacturing careers and the industry’s value to the economy.
Hoboken manufacturing IT consultant is Platinum Sponsor and Featured Panelist at New Jersey gathering commemorating October 4th National Manufacturing Day
eMazzanti Technologies today announced that Carl Mazzanti will be featured on a panel of cyber-security, privacy and business risk experts at the National Manufacturing Day in NJEvent organized by the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP).
The NJMEP National Manufacturing Day in NJ program is scheduled to run from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm on Friday, October 4, 2019 at The Marigold, 315 Churchill Avenue in Somerset, New Jersey.
The annual event brings together manufacturers, students, supporters and industry expert speakers. The proceedings will also include the announcement of NJMEP manufacturing award winners, and sponsors will briefly address the gathering.
Informative breakout sessions will tackle current manufacturing topics, including industry 4.0 risks, workforce problems, blockchain technology and women in manufacturing. The hour-long session featuring Mr. Mazzanti, Understanding the Impact of Industry 4.0 – A Discussion on Avoiding the Risks of Adoption, will be presented at 10:15 am and again at 11:50 am.
Helping New Jersey Manufacture Success
National Manufacturing Day and Cyber-security
eMazzanti Technologies partners with NJMEP to help manufacturers of all sizes strengthen manufacturing cyber-security through comprehensive assessment, advanced technology, business continuity planning and breach recovery. Previously, Carl Mazzanti, was the featured speaker at a Manufacturing Cyber-Security Program also organized by the NJMEP. Mazzanti’s topic was, “Secure the Manufacturing Product Line.”
“Manufacturing has recently jumped to number two on the list of industries most vulnerable to cyber-attack,” stated Mazzanti. “As industrial technology advances, manufacturers are increasingly using cloud, data analytics and mobile to improve their connectivity and infrastructure. This means a larger attack surface from which cyber criminals can infiltrate.”