ALPHA 2018 has sold out. ALPHA is a program run by Web Summit organizers and aims to spotlight the early stage startups engineering the future, connecting them to the world’s most influential companies at Web Summit. In this article, I’ve
Jinesh is currently the CEO of Industrility. Jinesh joined AWS when AWS launched its first service Amazon S3, back in 2006. After working for 10 years at AWS primarily leading product management and evangelism teams, his last role at AWS
TrendMicro published research at the end of October revealing how exposed human-machine interface (HMI) systems in thousands of critical water and energy organizations around the world could be exploited, causing significant real-world impacts, such as contaminating the water supply.
Companies in every industry are developing and implementing connected industrial control applications as strategic digital business initiatives. However, the risks of security breaches and the subsequent impacts to consumer privacy and now personal safety are limiting the delivery of secure
Daniel Elizalde is the Vice President, Head of IoT for North America, of Ericsson. He is a seasoned product leader with over 20 years of experience managing complex B2B technology products. He is passionate about CleanTech and about leveraging the Internet
Marin Ivezic is a Partner at PwC. From his start in law enforcement more than 25 years ago, Marin came to focus on emerging threats of cyber-kinetic attacks – cyberattacks on Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Control Systems (ICS)
Eric Byres is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading experts in the field of industrial control system (ICS) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) cybersecurity. He is the inventor of the Tofino Security technology – the most widely
Based on customer requests we have implemented support for running Crosser Edge Streaming Analytics on Azure IoT Edge. Now you can innovate much faster and without the cost, risk and developer dependencies that come with writing code.
The Crosser Edge Streaming
Half the world lives in cities. By 2050 that figure will rise to 70 percent, boosted by the 2.2 billion more people who will live on the planet at mid-century.
Cities generate 80 percent of the global gross domestic product and
Mike Quindazzi is managing director and business development leader for the Southwest region and U.S. digital services for PwC. He has 28 years invested in gathering industry experience and crafting his management consulting abilities, leading teams and global companies on
Finding a vulnerability, developing an exploit, and then launching (or not launching) this exploit – is repeated many times every day. Now more than ever companies must be aware of two perspectives: what a system is intended to do, and
If you’ve worked in industry for any length of time, you’ve experienced wave after wave of digital technologies washing over the plant floor, from robots to tablets. The next decade will see a new technological wave breaking over the landscape,