The Future of Safety Science: What’s Next in Standards – Cybersecurity and Sustainability

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What’s Next in Standards – Cybersecurity and Sustainability

Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022 | 6 p.m. (Eastern (New York, New York))

Safety standards help us to engineer our world to be safer, more secure and more sustainable. How do scientists and engineers develop standards that incorporate cyber resilience and measure sustainability? What’s next in this space? Join the conversation.

In The Future of Safety Science webinar series, we explore new careers, connect with experts from an array of disciplines and prepare you for your path forward.

Register for What’s Next in Standards – Cybersecurity and Sustainability on this page or you can register for the entire series here.

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