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Industrial software stories
2022 will see the rise of digital twin marketplaces, report finds
The report finds that spending on industrial digital twins will grow from US$4.6 billion in 2022 to US$33.9 billion in 2030 at a 28% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR).
DNV acquires Applied Risk, develops industrial cybersecurity expertise
The two companies will join forces with the aim to build the world’s largest industrial cybersecurity practice, defending critical infrastructure against emergent cyber threats, DNV wrote in a statement.
Digitally-enabled factory development saves China steel & iron firm US$6 million
Bentley Systems’ technologies helped MCC to create a digital twin and design, construct, and combine operational information.
How PAM can help to prevent major security disasters like Colonial Pipeline
When a cyber attack on the United States Colonial Pipeline erupted in May this year, the fallout was almost unthinkable.
Getac updates rugged K120 tablet for businesses in 'challenging' industries
The K120 now features an 11th generation Intel quad-core processor (i5 or i7), as well as Iris Xe graphics, 16GB memory, and more.
Claroty discovers vulnerabilities in Ovarro TBox RTUs
The vulnerabilities could enable attackers to break into the systems and run code, crash systems, and meddle with configuration files, amongst other malicious actions.
3D safety barrier could make construction sites safer
The technology could reduce accidents and increase construction site safety in tightly-packed areas or near critical infrastructure.
How are industrial enterprises faring with the rise of cyber threats?
The majority of industrial enterprises face an increase in cyber threats since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to a new report from Claroty titled The Critical Convergence of IT and OT Security in a Global Crisis.
Rockwell Automation and Microsoft team up to empower industrial businesses
Rockwell Automation and Microsoft have expanded their partnership with the intention of empowering manufacturers with greater agility, intelligence and scale from the cloud to the edge.
IBM named top industrial Blockchain-as-a-Service provider
ABI Research has released a new Industrial BaaS Competitive Assessment, analysing and ranking six industrial BaaS vendors, Alibaba, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.
Harnessing what lies within: Data strategy reinvention de-risks energy exploration
How Western Australia’s Searcher Seismic reinvented its data strategy to de-risk exploration for the global energy sector
Industrial automation technology growing in popularity with enterprises
Automotion proposes to bring down operational costs, improve process efficiency and enable the development of new digital services for customers, according to GlobalData.
Rocket Lab chooses Siemens to aid in next phase of growth
Rocket Lab plans to implement Siemens hi-tech industrial software to help digitally manage the lifecycle needs of the business.
Disruptionware emerges as newest and nastiest cyber threat
Forescout and ICIT research has identified the rise of disruptionware and its threat to particularly operational technology environments.
Radiflow raises $18m with support from Singapore engineering firm
Industrial cybersecurity solution provider now has $18 million more in its coffers after a successful investment round.
ESET to take on Industroyer malware & 'post-truth plague' at Black Hat
ESET is set to reveal the underside of the notorious Industroyer malware and the “post-truth plague” of cybersecurity at Black Hat this month.
Schneider Electric NZ elected exclusive distributor of industrial software solution
Schneider Electric NZ will distribute a software solution used by more than a third of the world’s industrial and manufacturing plants.
Empired continues winning streak with $15m InterOil deal
Empired makes good on last month's promise of securing more big contracts, winning a $15 million deal with InterOil.
‘BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH’
We’ve all experienced the frustration and inconvenience of the infamous ‘blue screen of death’.