EAST WHITELAND — Chester County’s TECH360 is back, with a half-day event that emphasizes technology education, leadership, innovation and networking about technology issues.
The educational event will bring together the area’s top companies, IT professionals, leaders and managers to explore how to best leverage the latest technology in today’s business climate.
This year’s in-person event is scheduled for Thursday, June 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Penn State Great Valley in East Whiteland. Tickets are available at www.tech360pa.com.
A panel discussion about cybersecurity during a previous Tech360 conference held at Penn State Great Valley. The event returns June 16 with an in-person event. (SUBMITTED PHOTO)
The day will start with an interactive workshop, “Experiential Learning in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality.” The discussion will include pros and cons of each, as well as potential use cases that can achieve business results.
In the afternoon there will be a panel discussion focusing on the implications of the recent boom of virtual care and telehealth on privacy, security and accuracy of electronic medical records. It will be followed by a discussion about vulnerabilities in critical networking infrastructure.
The afternoon will wrap up with a panel discussion on Cybersecurity, as cyber experts discuss what the war in Ukraine could mean to the U.S. from a cybersecurity, data privacy, economics, infrastructure and IT perspective.
For the complete TECH360 schedule and speaker updates, visit https://www.tech360pa.com/
TECH360 is a program of the Innovative Technology Action Group (ITAG), an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council, and is driven by the volunteer efforts of numerous public, private and educator organizations, along with public and private investments.