Otros posts con Categoría: IoT Security
IoT Edge Computing has the potential to transform the energy industry, through its ability to process large amounts of information in real time, and ultimately improve the safety and efficiency of operations.
¿Qué diferencia el mundo industrial (OT) del mundo informático (IT) y por qué cada vez la sensación de inseguridad es más alta en las empresas industriales? La respuesta está en la incapacidad de las empresas industriales en actualizar software y firmware.
IoT security is one of the biggest concerns for those responsible for innovation and digital transformation in large organizations. It is especially relevant in companies with critical assets such as electricity, water utilities, transportation, oil and gas due to their impact beyond business.
Disrupting technologies like IoT, AI, or Edge Computing have come to complement the SCADAs and PLCs. A correct co-existence and integration of product, human and processes, between OT and IT, will be the key for the industrial world to jump onto the fourth industrial revolution.
In IoT deployments, it is common to hear the term Edge Computing. Many IoT solution vendors, especially in the industrial environment, acknowledge the capabilities of the Edge to generate business value. But what is the Edge and what is Edge Computing?
The Utility sector, with its geographically widely distributed infrastructure and digital assets with old or even obsolete technology, has proved to be one of the most vulnerable one.