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Schneider Electric focuses on digitising data centres
"We believe that digitisation of data centre operations will result in reduced risk of human error, improved efficiency, cost savings, and increased transparency in the data centres we operate around the globe for our customers."
Motorola Solutions showcase the latest in mission-critical innovation
Regardless of whether users carry a consumer-grade smartphone device or a ruggedised radio for more challenging conditions, interoperability between LMR and LTE enables everyone to communicate seamlessly.
Motorola Solutions Penang celebrates 45 years of innovation
Motorola Solutions is celebrating 45 years of innovation in Malaysia, recognising the country’s highly skilled engineering talent and capability to deliver advanced technologies for customers all over the world.
Singapore & US commit to ASEAN cybersecurity
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore and the US Department of State have signed a Declaration of Intent (DOI) that will benefit ASEAN member states.
Critical infrastructure protection market to skyrocket in coming years
With crime comes the need for protection and it’s certainly no different for critical infrastructure within data centers, a new report finds.
Utilities and critical infrastructure providers must improve cybersecurity
"Each automated and connected IIoT device is a potential entry point into a company network, and must be treated as such.”
Smart cities changing the world - and the cyber risks that go with them
71% of respondents believe the energy sector is most susceptible to attacks, as well as communications, and financial services.
Virsec, GHD partnership vows to defend world's critical infrastructure against cyber attacks
As part of their global partnership, Virsec and GHD will embark on a roadshow of Australia and New Zealand in July.
A/NZ firms must reconsider their approach to airgapped networks, US security expert warns
A US security expert is warning New Zealand and Australian organisations that traditional ‘airgap’ solutions are not the best approach.
Singapore passes Cybersecurity Bill for nation's critical infrastructure providers
Singapore’s parliament has successfully passed the country’s Cybersecurity Bill into law this week.
Attacks on UK's critical infrastructure to skyrocket 100% over next 2 years
Thought 2017 was bad? Well according to cybersecurity expert Huntsman Security, it’s going to get a whole worse.