February 27, 2012
The Missing Middle: A Secure Approach to Lowering the Barrier to Modeling, Simulation, and HPC
This seminar will address 4 common barriers SMBs face
in applying HPC for competitive advantage in a Secure way:
Date/Time: Monday February 27, 2012 at 8:00 a.m. pm to 11:30 a.m.
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headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, is an information security and
networking company that works to keep its clients focused on their
organizations' inherent strengths and core competencies.
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (www.checkpoint.com), the worldwide leader in securing the Internet, provides customers with uncompromised protection against all types of threats, reduces security complexity and lowers total cost of ownership. Check Point first pioneered the industry with FireWall-1 and its patented stateful inspection technology. Today, Check Point continues to develop new innovations based on the Software Blade Architecture, providing customers with flexible and simple solutions that can be fully customized to meet the exact security needs of any organization. Check Point is the only vendor to go beyond technology and define security as a business process. Check Point 3D Security uniquely combines policy, people and enforcement for greater protection of information assets and helps organizations implement a blueprint for security that aligns with business needs. Customers include tens of thousands of organizations of all sizes, including all Fortune and Global 100 companies. Check Point's award-winning ZoneAlarm solutions protect millions of consumers from hackers, spyware and identity theft.
Event Co-Hosts: Oakton Community College
Workforce Board Northern Cook County
Illinois Institute of Technology Pritzker Institute of Biomedical Science & Engineering
Other participating institutions:
America COMPETES Reauthorization Act 2010:
“Congress finds that the utilization of high-end computing simulation and modeling by large-scale government contractors and Federal research entities has resulted in substantial improvements in the development of advanced manufacturing technologies; and such simulation and modeling would also benefit small- and medium-sized manufacturers in the United States if such manufacturers were to deploy such simulation and modeling throughout their manufacturing chains.”
Predict success in adopting HPC applications with probabilistic MARC³ Confidence Index (CI)
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