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Interesting Consolidation in Industrial Cyber Security Market

With last week’s announcement that GE is acquiring Wurldtech, a march of consolidation in the industrial Cyber Security market continues. First Byres (Tofino) Security found itself at Belden. Then last month Industrial Defender announced acquisition by Lockheed Martin. That is the way of the world for small companies. Sometimes you hit a market that can […]

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Better Graphics For Safer Industrial Plant Operations

Some of the most exciting technology companies have shown me during the past three years or so has involved deep work into providing better operator displays for industrial plant operations. In this case, “better” means working with the people who actually use the displays–maybe the entire team from operators to maintenance to engineering–in order to […]

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The NIST Cybersecurity Framework – What is it and what does it mean to you?

Ernest Hayden, one of the contributors to the Tofino Security blog, posted some notes on Nov. 25, 2013 about the latest Cybersecurity Framework draft from NIST–the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. If you have any interest at all in security, this is a good read. Writes Hayden, “Regardless of where one lives in […]

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The Manufacturing Connection

Process Safety Workbench from Rockwell

Here is another of a number of new releases from Rockwell Automation that I’m picking up during Automation Fair in Houston. My process automation briefing included a description of this new product which will enhance configuring process safety applications. AADvance Workbench 2.0 is suited for applications that require a flexible architecture, distributed safety and mixed […]

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