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Date: June 24 – 26, 2019
Venue: Booths 110 and 111, Marriott Marquis, Houston, Texas
Attendees: Andre Maximiano, Sr. National Sales Director, Infosys Public Services
JP Balakrishnan, Vice President and CTO, Infosys Public Services
Joe McCormick, CEO, Celtic Systems
American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators’ (AAMVA) Annual Region 2 Conference is the largest gathering of motor vehicle administrators in the South Central and Atlantic region. Region 2 conference offers attendees an opportunity to connect, discuss strategies, and exchange insights on navigating the trends impacting motor vehicle and law enforcement agencies.
Connect with Infosys Public Services and Celtic Systems
Infosys Public Services and Celtic Systems are an exhibitor at the AAMVA 2019 Region 2 Conference. Drop by booths 110 and 111 to:
- Learn how digital technologies are impacting motor vehicle and licensing agencies and how can they navigate this transformation
- Experience innovative IT solutions that are #DigitizingDMV services for 19 jurisdictions across US and Canada
You can also join our session on Integrated Cyber Security on June 26th to learn how DMVs can assure operations and service delivery in this digital age.
Topic: Integrated Cyber Security in the age of Digital DMV
Date: June 26, 2019
Time: 2 pm – 2:15 pm
Venue: Texas Salons DE, Marriott Marquis, Houston, Texas
Speaker: JP Balakrishnan, VP and CTO, Infosys Public Services
From digital credentials to autonomous vehicles and smart infrastructure, jurisdictions are going digital. As DMVs build a more varied technology landscape, the chances of cyberattacks increase. Most jurisdictions have adopted different solutions to keep these threats at bay. However, notifications from siloed, point solutions do not give a unified view of the security posture, making it difficult for jurisdictions to track vulnerabilities caused by inside and outside threat vectors. To be proactive in addressing cyber threats and building a secure digital landscape, jurisdictions need to adopt an AI-based, integrated security approach. For instance, machine learning and predictive analytics can come together to monitor hundreds of parameters in network and transaction data, across different solutions, and identify patterns such as suspicious activity before it progresses into a full-blown attack. Join this session to learn how an AI-based integrated security approach can help DMV agencies reimagine cyber security and assure service delivery in the age of digital.
Vice President, Infosys Public Services
JP Balakrishnan is the Chief Technology Officer for Infosys Public Services. As CTO, JP defines and drives all new technology initiatives for the company. He has also represented Infosys at several forums like TechAmerica and events like National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) conferences. JP has been with Infosys for more than two decades driving various technology initiatives including infrastructure, cloud, modernization and cyber security.
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