Together with our partners Unisys and Agilient on June 24th, Sightline CEO Brandon Witte joined forces with industry leader Chris Blask from Unisys Corporation to discuss cyber security in critical infrastructure related to SCADA, embedded systems, and the Internet of Things (IoT). During this webinar, “Surfing the New Wave of IoT Data Easily and Securely”, they examined case studies on the use of cost effective and easily available sensors to optimize processes.
If you missed it, we encourage you to check out the webinar recording to learn more about how Sightline and Unisys are not only helping you leverage your critical data assets, but are securing it, too!
Brandon Witte is the President and CEO of Sightline Systems. Prior to joining Sightline Systems in October 2006, Brandon was a Director with CGI, a large consulting and outsourcing company. In that role, he was part of the corporate strategic venture group, focusing on the capture of large outsourcing contracts. Brandon’s primary focus was on the application support and development aspects of these opportunities. He was responsible for the transition activities of key accounts, providing critical project oversight. Previously, Brandon served as CTO for InsideOut Technologies, a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Management Systems (AMS). While serving as CTO he was responsible for the architecture and operations of the company’s managed credit offerings. Brandon has multiple patents pending for the NetCredit and Identicate product suites, developed by InsideOut Technologies and now part of CGI. Brandon holds a BA in Management Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Chris Blask serves as Global Director Industrial Security with Unisys. His career spans the cybersecurity industry for more than 25 years. He invented one of the first firewall products, built a multi-billion dollar firewall business at Cisco System, founded an information sharing centre for critical infrastructures, and has advised public and private organisations in every sector around the world. In his role within the Office of Innovation at Unisys Chris created and leads the Operational Technology and IoT practices, invented the Digital Bill of Materials (DBoM) structure, and established the Unisys Marine Living Research Centre.