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Cyber attacks are just as damaging as natural disasters

Cyber attacks are just as damaging as natural disasters
  Acording to a new EY report, Risk Pulse: Navigating the power and utilities sector in transformation, which ranks the strategic, financial, operational and compliance risks across the sector, cyber attacks are among the top risks to power and utilities companies alongside natural disasters such as storms and catastrophic events.
3rd November 2017

IT education doesn’t meet employers' demands

IT education doesn’t meet employers' demands
According to new research from recruitment company Robert Half Technology UK, the demands of the IT employment market are not being met by today’s education system. With the UK skills gap costing the UK economy an estimated £63bn a year, the poll of CIOs reveals the most critical technological skills that UK technology leaders want education providers to focus on providing.
3rd November 2017

Partners provide secure eSIM solutions for Windows 10 devices

Partners provide secure eSIM solutions for Windows 10 devices
  eSIM management and secure connectivity company, G+D Mobile Security, has announced its partnership with Microsoft to release an eSIM solution for Microsoft Windows 10. This partnership introduces an end-to-end (E2E) eSIM Management solution which will largely redefine the consumer connectivity experience with Microsoft Windows devices.
2nd November 2017


Whitepaper maps the risks of quantum attacks for Bitcoin

Whitepaper maps the risks of quantum attacks for Bitcoin
  Combining expertise in quantum technologies and cryptography, researchers have been projecting future dates that quantum computers could jeopardise the security of current cryptocurrencies, a market now worth over USD $150 billion, and assessing countermeasures to such attacks.
2nd November 2017

Cyber-secure USB key protects critical data

Cyber-secure USB key protects critical data
The EVIKEY ONE NFC cyber-secure contactless USB key has been added to the RSPro range at RS Components. The USB Flash-drives deliver a high level of security for important data by enabling users to lock and unlock the drive using their smartphone essentially as an electronic key.  
31st October 2017

Secure MCU boosts protection for connected devices

Secure MCU boosts protection for connected devices
Global semiconductor company and supplier of Arm-based microcontrollers (MCU) used in IoT devices, STMicroelectronics, has welcomed Platform Security Architecture (PSA) from Arm as a major enabler for ubiquitous cyber security. ST's STM32H7 high-performing MCUs are designed with the same security concepts as the PSA framework and combine these principles with STM32-family enhanced security features and services.
31st October 2017

Software brings military-grade security to Arm SoC-based designs

Software brings military-grade security to Arm SoC-based designs
Secure virtualisation provider, Lynx Software Technologies, has announced the release of LynxSecure 6.0, the latest version of its award-winning Separation Kernel Hypervisor. The company claims that this new version brings LynxSecure to the Arm architecture for the first time, providing military-grade security coupled with highly efficient virtualisation to multi-core Arm SoC-based designs. The initial port for LynxSecure 6.0 will be available on the Xilinx Zynq Ultrascale+ MPSoC.
30th October 2017

Trusted digital services help secure our world

Trusted digital services help secure our world
If you take a minute and actually look what the year 2016 brought us it is pretty amazing. It was a year that smart homes and driverless technology really took off, so what next? Well Neil Bosworth, UK Manager, at digital security company Gemalto believes that: “If 2016 was the year that the Internet of Things broke into mainstream consciousness, 2017 will be the one where it starts to prove its worth.”
25th October 2017

High sensitivity sensor designed for better surveillance

High sensitivity sensor designed for better surveillance
Sony Semiconductors has released its new STARVIS IMX327 sensor as a more sensitive successor to the IMX290. The 2.1MP sensor, with a 1/2.8" optical format, has a 1920x1080 pixel array utilising a 2.9µm pixel size. The IMX327 reaches a frame rate of 60fps at 12 bits. With its high sensitivity and low light performance, the sensor is suitable for security and surveillance applications as well as for factory automation and industrial solutions.
25th October 2017

Duo work together to strengthen LoRaWAN security

Duo work together to strengthen LoRaWAN security
In order to strengthen security of LoRaWAN connectivity across the whole IoT ecosystem, G+D Mobile Security and Senet plan to work together. The collaboration between the two companies provides a full integration of G+D Mobile Security’s Key Management System (KMS) with Senet’s global LoRa-based networks. This results in a flexible and secure cloud-based provisioning solution which enables the necessary levels of security required for various use cases, ensuring a reliable and robust infrastructure for global IoT deployments.
25th October 2017


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Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
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