Greg Hale, ISSSource.com
In case anyone was wondering, air gaps don’t exist.
Security technology used by U.S. electric utilities has flaws and could increase the odds of computer intrusions or sabotage, the chairman of an industry standards group warns.
Safety and security are two vital areas of coverage that can help manufacturers sustain operations at their plants heading into the future.
Chemical reactions on the surface of metal oxides, such as titanium dioxide and zinc oxide could give a boost for solar cells that convert the sun's energy to electricity.
A disaster may never occur, but it is nice to know if one does, a system is in place to take on whatever elements present themselves.
Cloud computing will keep increasing as the demand for computing power increases.
The new era of Ethernet and wireless networking in industrial applications has increased security concerns to an all time high, and for good reason.