Common Information Model

January 21st, 2020
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 January 21st, 2020 - January 23rd, 2020 

Common Information Model

Nope, we are NOT letting Coronavirus get in the way of our learning and ability to better ourselves with our career and personal ambitions. Let's not let this negative overwhelm us. With this "downtime" let's maximize the time and upskill and learn how to be better at our InfoSec professions. To help, we've put together a bunch of online webinars, conferences and seminars that you can attend to do exactly that.

Stay Safe, Stay Strong and we'll see you on the other side. Your friends at InfoSec Conferences X

Event submitted on Wednesday, September 4th 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva

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January 21st, 2020 - January 23rd, 2020
Netherlands » 
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This will be the first conference so we are not sure if it will be a success but the event looks interesting especially if you’re interested in CIM. Please share with us a review in case you will attend this event.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Wednesday, September 4th 2019.
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The 1st annual Common Information Model conference will take place on January 21 – 23, 2020 in Amsterdam and will bring together more than 100 leading CIM implementers for 3 intensive days of case-study reviews. This end-user driven, implementation focused event will include over 14 utility case-studies and will scrutinize the most timely and critical issues facing utilities as they begin and, in some cases, continue to implement CIM. The main focus of the discussions will be on applying each protocol within the CIM standard, implementation, the CIM Working Group, configuration and interoperability, new tools and technologies, testing, and the progression of CIM as a standard.

Alongside the case-study program, there is a utility strategy panel session, a technology innovation panel discussion, intimate end-user round table debates, a live demo lab of the latest systems and solutions, and an evening networking reception open to all participants.

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