Conference to address internet security on the farm – Cedar Valley Daily Times

AMES The first of its kind Cybersecurity on the Farm Conference, offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, will be held at the Iowa State University Alumni Center in Ames on Jan. 11, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Registration is available through Jan. 10, cost applies. Refreshments and lunch are included. Register online at

This one-day conference is designed to address the unique intersection of todays agriculture and cybersecurity. The resource fair will be available during the lunch hour and throughout the day and features experts and service providers at the juncture of farming and cyber tech.

For farmers, this workshop offers insights into the ever-evolving world of digital lending in farming and the shift toward online agricultural marketplaces. There will be critical discussions on the potential cyber threats that emerge when working in the agricultural sector. By the end of the day, farmers will be better equipped to navigate farming on the internet while keeping an eye on safety and security.

Through panel discussions with industry experts and a resource fair with trusted service providers, this conference is designed to support farmers as they work to create a seamless integration of cybersecurity into existing systems.

Register at the above site, or contact Madeline Schultz for more information at or 515-294-0588.

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