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Manufacturing at the edge: how to get started with edge computing

In the last five years, web searches for edge computing have increased by a colossal 473%. Clearly, there’s an appetite for understanding the edge but the technology has yet to be widely deployed in industrial applications. Here are some misconceptions and barriers of edge computing, as well as the strong case for manufacturers to embrace the edge now, says Nevzat Ertan chief architect & global manager for digital machining architecture at Sandvik Coromant.

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Telefonica Tech acquires Geprom to boost its capabilities in Industry 4.0

Madrid. 23 December 2021- Telefonica Tech continues its growth story by announcing the signing of a contract for the acquisition of Geprom, a technology-based engineering company headquartered in Spain specialising in industrial automation and the digital transformation of existing factory production processes.

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F-Secure researcher helps improve integrity of Ellume COVID-19 home test

Helsinki, Finland. 21 December 2021 – A researcher with cyber security provider F-Secure has found and helped fix design flaws in Ellume‘s COVID-19 Home Test. The flaws would have allowed an individual to falsify a certifiable result in Ellume’s test, which has received emergency use authorisation in the US.

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Sequitur Labs foresees increased need for device security in 2022

Seattle – With significant growth projected in the global IoT market over the next 6 years, the need to subsequently secure devices at the edge from attacks, safe and secure through the manufacturing process, and managed securely throughout the life of the product will follow a similar trajectory, predict experts at Sequitur Labs.

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Feedzai hires new CRO, general counsel, and brings in a new board member

Lisbon. Portugal and San Mateo. Calif. 14th December 2021 – Feedzai, the RiskOps platform, announced that it has experienced a 125% year-over-year growth in new Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) in Q3. Large multi-year enterprise deals closed in the US, EMEA, APAC, and LATAM with 100% year-to-date growth in new logos.

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Electronic offender monitoring market in Europe and Americas to hit US$1.6bn in 2025

Gothenburg, Sweden. 7th December 2021 – IoT market research provider, Berg Insight, has released new findings on the market for Electronic Monitoring (EM) of offenders. The number of participants in EM programmes on a daily basis in Europe, North America and Latin America amounted to about 46,000, 282,000 and 71,000 respectively during 2020.

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New research from One Identity characterises zero trust as a core element

London UK. 7 December 2021 — One Identity, a unified identity security, released global survey findings that unpack the current state of Zero Trust awareness and adoption across the enterprise. As Zero Trust awareness continues to rise on the heels of the U.S. White House’s “Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity” that was released in May, and a year plagued by one disastrous cybersecurity incident after another, new findings from One Identity reveal that only 1 in 5 security stakeholders are confident in their organisations’ understanding of Zero Trust.

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F-Secure, CyberPeace Institute team up to counter attacks against vulnerable communities

Helsinki, Finland. 26 November 2021 – Global cyber security provider F-Secure has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with the Switzerland-based CyberPeace Institute, an independent non-governmental organisation whose mission is to protect the security, dignity, and equity of people in cyberspace. The letter outlines a broad plan for cooperation in a number of areas, including the forensic analysis of cyber incidents which increasingly affect vulnerable communities. 

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PKvitality announces clinical trial for K’Watch Glucose

Paris. 23 November 2021 – PKvitality, a French company specialised in Health and Sport bio-wearables announced the start of a clinical study to determine the accuracy of the K’Watch Glucose. The trial is conducted with the AMCR Institute Inc, a clinical research centre focused on diabetes and obesity with worldwide renown medical device expertise in the metabolic area.

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Keeping pace with the property boom

As the UK housing market faces an ongoing boom, there’s one profession that’s certainly rushed off its feet estate agents. Stamp duty breaks and a rush for larger homes have meant this industry is working faster than ever to meet demand. Here, Kristian Torode, director and co-founder of business phone systems provider Crystaline, explains how communications technology can help estate agents boost their sales to keep pace with the market.

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Nearly 7 in 10 people in BT-led survey say drones will benefit their future

London, UK. 23 November 2021: New research from the BT and Altitude Angel-led “Project XCelerate” Consortium[1] has found over two thirds (68%) of the British public believe drones will have a positive impact on their life in the future, with almost half (49%) saying they are optimistic or excited about the potential drone technology holds.

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Vietnam’s digital tech services primed to make global impact

Vietnam’s ICT firm FPT was featured in HFS Research’s recent report entitled “Smart Enterprises are considering the untapped potential of Vietnam to plug capability gaps in the Virtual Economy”. The paper, conducted by HFS Research with the support of FPT, identifies Vietnam as one of the intriguing IT services destinations for enterprises as the world emerges from the economic trauma caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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