Lattice to Host a Virtual Seminar on Industrial Cybersecurity Trends, Standards, and Resilience in FPGAs
HILLSBORO, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ: LSCC), the leader in low-power programmable programming, today announced that the company will host its quarterly virtual security seminar on challenges, opportunities, and the latest programmable logic solutions for the global industrial market.
During the seminar, security experts from Lattice and EXOR International will explore the latest security trends for Industry 4.0, evolving security requirements for industrial cyber resilience and supply chain, and how FPGAs can help secure system designs with Open Platform Communications United Architecture (OPC UA) in the new industrial network environment.
Who: Lattice Semiconductor
What: Industrial Cybersecurity Trends and Standards in FPGAs
When: Wednesday, December 14 at 7:00 a.m. PST
Where: Network Security Seminar (prior registration required)
The Lattice Security Seminars are a series of quarterly webinars that explore the latest cybersecurity trends and solutions in the communications, computing, industrial, automotive and consumer markets.
About Lattice Semiconductor
Lattice Semiconductor (NASDAQ: LSCC) is the leader in low-power programming. We solve customer problems across the entire network, from edge to cloud, in the growing communications, computing, industrial, automotive and consumer markets. Our technology, long-standing relationships, and commitment to world-class support enable our customers to quickly and easily unleash their innovation to create a smart, secure, and connected world.
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