cybersecurity

cybersecurity

Lack of investments in cybersecurity puts industries in a vulnerable position

The global cybersecurity spend in critical infrastructure is expected to reach $135 billion by 2024, states market intelligence firm ABI Research.
Technology institute

S.African technology institute gearing up for 4IR progress

Technology institute calls for greater IT industry involvement and innovation in driving inclusive Fourth Industrial Revolution progress in Africa.
tidal energy

Next Einstein Forum recognises groundbreaking research

The Next Einstein Forum has announced its third Class of NEF Fellows, whose research and innovations are contributing to solve Africa's and the world's most pressing challenges.
City Power

Cyberattack leaves South African power utility customers in the dark

City Power reported that its system was hijacked by a Ransomware virus leaving customers unable to purchase prepaid electricity units from vendors.

Oil & Gas CEOs identify cybersecurity as a threat to business

According to the 2019 Global CEO Outlook, published by KPMG International, CEOs in the oil and gas sector view cybersecurity as a real threat.
Argentina power blackout

Could Argentina’s power blackout have been a cyberattack?

South America’s power blackout raised questions about the stability of the power infrastructure in Argentina and possibility of a cyberattack.
smart city

Heightened threat: Is a smart city a secure city?

As a city’s management network increases to include streetlights, water and electric meters, traffic signals, security cameras and more, these growing numbers...
City Power

IoT survey reveals the importance of cybersecurity

The results of a new study conducted to understand consumer concerns around IoT security and data privacy have been released.

Services @ the core of smart metering success

Would you believe that smart metering projects are essentially managed services? Conlog’s solutions architect, Selvan Govender, explains how.
AMI

Pairing existing telecom infrastructure with AMI

For electricity and gas utilities, the adoption of smart meters and AMI has been largely driven by regulatory efforts to enable a carbon-free energy system.

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