Gregory Hale, ISS Source
A new report details trends that may lead to improvements that will help to protect a system from attack.
Data breaches and cyber attacks are on the rise and one thing is clear: Developing a strong security posture is mission critical. But what about speed?
Federal investigators said DuPont should examine "all facets of its safety culture" and that could have fixed problems that led to one worker's death at a plant in Belle, WV last year
Power output of wind farms can increase by up to ten times simply by optimizing the placement of turbines on a given plot of land.
Robots interact with humans every day in the manufacturing arena, but safety between the two remains an issue. However, a new projection and camera-based system is designed to prevent collisions between robots and humans working together.
The safety culture at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) waste treatment plant at the Hanford site in the state of Washington is “adverse to safety," according to a whistleblower
The United States and India signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster closer cooperation and timely exchange of information between their respective government organizations responsible for cyber security
A routine maintenance inspection ended up being a strong safety play as repairs to PPL Corp.’s nuclear reactors at its plant near Berwick, Pa., will cost the utility $50 million to $60 million, a plant spokesman said.
Resuming operations at Japan’s 35 nuclear plants depends on safety "stress tests" sometime in the future.
Movement toward the smart grid continues to evolve with North American utilities, but security issues continue to keep executives up at night.