Florida Tech hosted the summer training event of the Florida Industrial Security Working Group and Sun Coast chapter of the National Classification Management Society at its Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design on Aug. 2.
The daylong event, organized and sponsored by the university’s L3Harris Institute for Assured Information, brought together experts and professionals from various sectors to discuss critical security matters. The meeting encompassed an array of essential topics, helping to ensure future compliance and fostering productive discussions among attendees.
The Florida Industrial Security Working Group (FISWG), a prominent organization dedicated to advancing the field of industrial security, has a strong track record of facilitating collaboration among industry professionals, promoting best practices and addressing pertinent security concerns. Its commitment to enhancing security practices aligns with the mission of the National Classification Management Society (NCMS).
The gathering at CAMID provided a unique platform for attendees to exchange knowledge and insights related to security protocols, strategies and innovations. The general themes covered during the event included safeguarding sensitive information, enhancing security awareness, and addressing evolving security threats. (Specific presentations are on the meeting agenda.) Participants benefited from the diverse expertise and experiences of fellow attendees.
Florida Tech takes pride in contributing to the success of the Florida Industrial Security Working Group/NCMS meeting. By providing a conducive environment for these critical discussions, Florida Tech reaffirms its commitment to advancing knowledge and best practices in the field of industrial security.