As always, I/ITSEC was a busy show for our team, with customer meetings and updates from our partners.
Among the companies present at the show was our sister company VT MAK with its recently appointed President and CEO, Bill Cole.
VT MAK was showcasing a full range of innovations:
I/ITSEC was also the perfect venue for Barco to launch its new LED-based projector, the FL40, to the simulation community.
John Mould, Commercial Development Manager at Antycip, stated that I/ITSEC was the perfect place for showcasing such “Next generation solid state projection technologies”.
Our team was also very pleased to meet Rajive Bagrodia, CEO of our partner Scalable Network Technologies.
Scalable Network Technologies was at I/ITSEC showcasing version 3.0 of Network Defense Trainer along with major technical papers to our visiting customers from Europe:
Network Defense Trainer integrates real and simulated cyber-attacks, wired and wireless networks, live & virtual equipment & applications, and traditional kinetic warfare training simulators into a full, instrumented, synthetic cyber warfare training environment.
Version 3.0 allows cyber warriors, network administrators, and command staff to visualise results in a new way while improving productivity and gaining a better understating of the impact of a cyber attack on their network and applications.
If you would like to find out more about this year’s I/ITSEC, please contact your Antycip account manager or email us.