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Cyber Bytes Foundation Event Features Dr. Indu Singh on SMART Cities, Data Protection and Privacy

STAFFORD, VA – June 25, 2019 – The next Cyber Bytes Networking Event will feature Dr. Indu Singh, internationally recognized expert on cyber security and SMART cities. Dr. Singh will present on Smart Cities: Data Protection and Privacy. The presentation will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 27th at X Corp Solutions, 1000 Corporate Drive, Suite 119 in the Quantico Corporate Center in Stafford, VA. This monthly networking event is an opportunity to meet some of the world’s leading cyber security professionals and take part in dynamic and informational presentations. 

Events scheduled between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m: 

  • 4:00 Live Demos
  • 4:30 Happy Hour and Networking
  • 5:30 Presentation 

Dr. Singh is a leading expert on cybersecurity, Smart Cities, technology and business strategy and international business development. As the Chief Scientist at OST, Inc., Dr. Singh and his team focuses on cyber security and SMART projects such as smart cities, smart airports and smart health. Prior to his time at OST, Inc, Dr. Singh served as President and CEO of Planet Defense, LLC based in Washington, D.C. and in several lead roles for Los Alamos Technical Associates (LATA). Prior to joining LATA, Dr. Singh served as Director and Managing Partner at Deloitte Consulting, LLC where he managed Systems Engineering and Global Security Practice. Dr. Singh’s published works include: Smart Cities of Today and Tomorrow, Digital Defense: A Cyber Security Primer and Safe City: Living Free in a Dangerous World. Register to attend here

The Cyber Bytes Foundation is committed to furthering education, outreach and innovation in the cyber domain. To accomplish this, it has launched the American Cyber League and the Cyber Security Center of Excellence. This Center of Excellence offers an interdisciplinary environment in which government entities (federal/local, defense, intelligence and law enforcement levels), academia and corporate entities (finance, manufacturing, infrastructure and commerce) collaborate to identify, solve and transfer to the workforce essential innovation and training that improves the capacity of the entire cyber ecosystem to protect and respond to current and emerging cyber threats.