Hello all:  This came in a couple of days ago.  Might be of interest to the IT folks in particular out there…


Registration info is included here in the email and on the flyer.




Peter Drescher

State Director of Educational Technology

VT Agency of Education

219 N. Main St. Suite 402

Barre, VT   05641









The Vermont Intelligence Center, in our on-going effort to collaborate and facilitate, engage and maintain on-going communications with our private sector partners,  is forwarding the following announcement:


The US Department of Homeland Security’s National Protection and Program Directorate Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis is offering a webinar titled, "Critical Infrastructure: The Internet of Things and Risks to Homeland Security" on Wednesday December 20, 2017 from 1-2pm. 


Summary:  By 2020 there will be between 20-50 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the world, ranging from new consumer products—light bulbs, televisions, thermostats, etc., to legacy critical infrastructure systems that have been in place for decades, but are only recently being connected to the Internet. This webinar will provide background information on the IoT, and will discuss the risks the IoT poses for Homeland Security and the critical infrastructure community.


Speaker: Charles Covel, Analyst DHS NPPD/OCIA


How to Join the Webinar:  Please register for the webinar by clicking here.   If you do not have a HSIN account, please use the direct meeting link at the webinar’s scheduled date and time.


For more information, contact OCIA at [log in to unmask].


Det/Sgt. Gregory Campbell

Vermont State Police

Vermont Intelligence Center

188 Harvest Lane

Williston, VT 05495



802-872-6125 (Fax)

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