GLESEC proudly sponsors National Simulation Summit 2018 in Orlando, Florida

Orlando,  Florida September 06, 2018. The National Center for Simulation’s annual Florida Simulation Summit was held on September 6, 2018 in Orlando, Florida.  The title for the event was Digital Twin Technology and Internet of Things.  The event hosted by Orange Country Mayor Teresa Jacobs and the National Center for Simulation was well attended by national leaders in industry and simulation.  The objective of the event was to demonstrate cutting-edge virtual and augmented reality applications, and raise awareness about the simulation industry’s vast impact on the broader region and economy, as well as the high level of synergy between MS&T and other key economic sectors, including medical, gaming, education, aviation, aerospace, animation, theme park, emergency management, Public Safety, and virtual and augmented reality.   GLESEC was a proud sponsor of such great event. This demonstrates the commitment of GLESEC to simulation industry.  In particular, GLESEC provides a number of services including validation services thru the simulation of multi-vector attacks to client’s infrastructure and other simulation type services in a security as a service business model.


GLESEC is a security powerhouse that has been delivering world-class information security for fifteen years to organizations across the Americas. GLESEC’s portfolio offers a full suite of auditing, regulatory compliance, monitoring, protection and countermeasure services using best-of-breed, emerging technologies and managed and intelligence security services. Having integrated this full range of capabilities under a single umbrella organization and proprietary technology platform, we reduce the inherent risk of disjointed teams and bring about the expertise and capabilities that our clients deserve. GLESEC a privately held company has Worldwide Headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey. GLESEC operates in both the United States and Latin America. Our clients range from large organizations to multinationals across the Americas.

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