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Recorded Webinar

Redefining Ethernet Performance With Software-Defined Networking

Date held: May 12, 2020
Duration: 45 min

Join us for a recorded technical presentation about software-defined networking (SDN) and how it improves performance and cybersecurity over traditional Ethernet networks. With SDN, engineers can define which devices on a network communicate and how they communicate.

During this webinar, you will learn: 

  • How SDN strengthens cybersecurity for networks used in substations and industrial critical systems.
  • How SDN allows engineers to define which devices communicate and what paths communications take.

Tom Bartman
Tom Bartman

Application Technologist II

Tom Bartman joined SEL in 2006 as an engineering technician. He is now an application technologist II in automation. Prior to joining SEL, he served in the U.S. Navy as an electronics technician with an emphasis on avionics and secure communications. After leaving the Navy, he worked for Harris Corporation as an electronics engineering technician in the broadcast communications division. He has a degree in computer science, is a member of ISSA and (ISC)2, and obtained his Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification in 2013. Tom holds a patent for validation of arc-flash protection.