The Cloud Visiting: OTC Truck in the Science City
On September 4 the OTC Truck will visit the Techno-Z in Salzburg. The truck has loaded loads of application examples from the areas of M2M and the Internet of Things. Among them is the cooperation with Salzburg Research within the traffic situation calculation.
OTC Truck visiting Salzburg
4th September 2018, 10 am – 4 pm
Science City Salzburg (Techno-Z)
These Highlights Await You on the Roadshow
- Security Intelligence as a Service (SlaaS)
- Experience has shown that cyberattacks in business remain undetected for more than 200 days. Rapid detection and response in the event of a threat is more important than ever. T-Systems’ 24/7 Security Operations Center and Incident Response strengthen corporate security.
- Internet Protect Pro
Cloud-based real-time protection of your corporate data against attacks when accessing the Internet. The protection is location-independent and requires no additional investment in hardware.
- GRC Cloud (Governance, Risk & Compliance)
Based on risk2value, T-Systems offers a powerful, flexible and secure cloud service for the management of GRC processes. The advantage is the consolidation of all GRC processes, so that data silos, system and media breaks are a thing of the past.
- Open Telekom Cloud
The Open Telekom Cloud combines the price advantage known for public cloud services with maximum flexibility and compliance made in Germany. The public cloud services for companies meet the requirements for data security and data protection, because the data, contracts and all services are subject to German law.
- and much more…
Personal Talks and Lectures – The Choice is Yours
Would you like to see the OTC Truck live and get the latest security trends? Simply drop by the truck between 10 am and 12:30 pm or make an appointment in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org for a personal meeting with one of the security or cloud experts. Compressed information can be obtained from specialist lectures from 1 pm. In any case, however, a registration is requested.