Report calls for urgent action to meet cyber threat to critical infrastructure

Global safety charity, Lloyd’s Register Foundation today launched a report called Operational Cyber Security for the Industrial Internet of Things: Challenges and Opportunities. It highlights an impending threat to critical infrastructure from cyberattacks, given the growing reliance on the Internet of Things (IoT), say Robert Hannigan, executive chairman international at BlueVoyant and Sadie Creese, professor of Cyber security, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford.

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Payment firms can now use Azure in cloud adoption

Customers of Microsoft Azure can now access the MYHSM fully-managed, PCI-compliant, Payment HSM service. By using the latest Thales PayShield 10K’s to execute a full cloud deployment, payments HSM Service provider, MYHSM reports users can eliminate the need for a physical Payment HSM infrastructure, thereby providing businesses with a full digital experience.

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Pick-by-Vision warehouse automation and 5G: Transformation during the pandemic

More than half of all distribution centres are still using paper to pick, pack, and ship. The results from this archaic approach are high levels of mis-picks, mis-packs, and mis-ships. Enter 5G. 5G networks offer paper-based, antiquated distribution centres (DCs) the opportunity to build smart facilities and create new revenue streams, says Thomas R. Cutler. Warehouse automation statistics show that automation is making a big impact on warehouses and distribution centres.

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Blend ingenuity and AI-based security to protect from hackers, says report

Crowdsourced security company, Bugcrowd has released its 2020 Inside the Mind of a Hacker report, studying the global hacking community. One of its key findings is that human ingenuity supported by actionable intelligence of the Bugcrowd platform were found to be critical ingredients in maintaining a resilient infrastructure.

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