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The importance of track and trace technologies

The importance of track and trace technologies
Track and trace technologies are more important than ever before. Pressure to cut costs whilst improving efficiencies are only increasing.  This – alongside preventing contamination and cyber-attacks can be challenging. Enter – track and trace technologies with the ability to minimise risk and improve transparency. More and more companies are looking to integrate advanced track and trace technologies to gain better control over their supply chains, from picking and packing to delivery.
8th April 2019

The Charter of Trust takes step forward to advance cyber security

The Charter of Trust takes step forward to advance cyber security
At the Munich Security Conference in February 2018, nine organisations signed the world’s first joint charter for greater cyber security. A year on, the Charter of Trust has grown to 16 members. In addition to Siemens and the Munich Security Conference, the signatories include AES, Airbus, Allianz, Atos, Cisco, Daimler, Dell Technologies, Deutsche Telekom, Enel, IBM, NXP, SGS, Total and TÜV Süd. 
4th April 2019

Siemens set up a network working against hacker attacks

Siemens set up a network working against hacker attacks
New Siemens suppliers must comply with minimum binding cyber security requirements, which was introduced step-by-step starting on 15th February, 2019, and anchored in a separate, binding clause in all new contracts. These requirements will apply primarily to suppliers of security-critical components such as software, processors and electronic components for certain types of control units.
6th March 2019


Siemens continues to invest in IC industry with planned acquisition

Siemens continues to invest in IC industry with planned acquisition
Siemens has entered into an agreement to acquire Oulu, Finland-based Sarokal Test Systems Oy, provider of innovative test solutions for fronthaul networks that are comprised of links between the centralised radio controllers and the radio heads (or masts) at the 'edge' of a cellular network. Sarokal products are used by chipset vendors, fronthaul equipment manufacturers, and telecom operators to develop, test and verify their 4G and 5G network devices from the early design stages through implementation and field-testing.
8th February 2018


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