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Webinar – Cybersecurity in a New Light: IT Considerations for Connected Lighting Systems

February 21 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am


Cybersecurity in a New Light: IT Considerations for Connected Lighting Systems

Wednesday, February 21 | 9-10 a.m. PST | Virtual


Though often overlooked, cybersecurity considerations are crucial to successfully designing, selling, installing and commissioning connected lighting systems. These systems, such as luminaire level lighting controls (LLLC), can help customers enhance their spaces, integrate building systems, and save energy to an unprecedented degree. However, the benefits of connected systems can be diminished or disrupted if cybersecurity requirements are not baked into the project from the start. Join our webinar to learn valuable insights that will help you ask the right questions and communicate your needs to minimize cybersecurity problems for LLLC and connected lighting projects of any size.


Dan Kuhl, LC – Sr. Lighting Specialist, Evergreen Consulting Group
Dan has over 30 years of sales, sales management and training experience in the lighting industry. As a senior lighting specialist and certified trainer, he provides training for lighting and control technology applications and develops relationships within the industry by increasing awareness of new technologies and controls. He has earned a Lighting Certified Professional designation from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP).

Levin Nock – Sr. Technical Manager, DesignLights Consortium
Levin Nock is a Senior Technical Manager at the DLC, leading the development of innovative policies for the Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) and LUNA programs and was responsible for launching the DLC’s efforts in exploring cybersecurity in 2017. Holding a PhD in biomedical engineering from Duke University, Levin’s career spans research on Energy Efficiency Emerging Technologies at Bonneville Power Administration, and he brings a deep commitment to addressing climate change through his work on energy savings initiatives.

Maurice Karagiorgos, M.E.M., LEED AP, PE, Lutron Electronics
With over 17 years of expertise as a Regional Manager Systems Application Engineer at Lutron Electronics, Maurice brings a wealth of experience in delivering technical training, advanced applications consultation, and sales support within the electrical and electronic manufacturing industry. He has a bachelor’s degree from United States Naval Academy and a Masters from Old Dominion University, specializing in control systems engineering. He is a dedicated advocate for automation technology and its applications in both commercial and residential solutions.



February 21
9:00 am - 10:00 am
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