Articles by tag: critical infrastructure

Advanced Technology Can Provide the Visual Data to Quickly Identify Critical Infrastructure Needs

  The U.S. is facing an urgent and critical infrastructure crisis, and nowhere is this more evident than in the thousands of aging, decaying, and in some cases, downright Read more


leadership and social flow
Transforming Our Relationships with Leadership and Social Flow with Tribute Founder Andrew Horn
November 28, 2023

Can relationships be transformed through leadership and social flow? Navigating the intricate web of digital relationships can be a tricky proposition. Tuesdays with Morrisey’s Adam Morrisey uncovers the transformative impact of emotional recognition in the workplace with Andrew Horn, the mastermind behind Tribute. This podcast edition unravels the story of a platform redefining how […]

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IoT security
IoT Security Solutions for the Safety of Connected Homes Requires Collaboration and Innovation
November 28, 2023

Since the introduction of smart devices, the world has increasingly become dominated by interconnected devices but IoT securitydemands are also growing. The “connected home” has shifted from what was once a futuristic concept to reality. With the global smart home market projected to reach $135.3 billion by 2025, the conversation around the security of these […]

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AI Can Harness SaaS in Healthcare Through a Variety of Different and Advanced Tools
November 27, 2023

For a special segment of HealthTrio, the topic turns to the innovative use of SaaS in healthcare, which is currently a trending subject at the forefront of modern medical technology. The episode briefly looked into how SaaS platforms are revolutionizing healthcare management and patient outcomes. This episode featured Geoffrey M. Roche, the Executive Advisor […]

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Advanced Technology Can Provide the Visual Data to Quickly Identify Critical Infrastructure Needs
September 19, 2023

The U.S. is facing an urgent and critical infrastructure crisis, and nowhere is this more evident than in the thousands of aging, decaying, and in some cases, downright dangerous bridges. Naturally, bridge replacement seems like the clear solution, but other things like money, time and pre-planning come into play. Even with the biggest infrastructure […]

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Energy Companies Need to Understand Their Cyber Attack Surface To Protect Against Cybersecurity Threats
June 9, 2023

Cyber threats targeting energy companies are on the rise, and the recent alleged attack on a Canadian natural gas company by Russian-based hacking group Zarya had many in the industry on edge. Although the group claims to have caused financial damage without loss of life, the potential for devastating outcomes in future attacks is […]

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Truck Parking Crisis Gets Renewed Legislator Attention Amid Supply Chain Woes
July 26, 2022

By now, every working professional is well aware of the significance of a stable, resilient and dynamic supply chain. COVID, geopolitical crises and freak accidents made sure of that. Most of the acute supply chain disruptions felt in the US happened to the chain on an international level rather than a domestic one. While of […]

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Ideal Conditions: Protecting Historical Documents, Art, Literature, and Other Important Cultural Artifacts
October 25, 2021

When the Cathedral Notre Dame in Paris experienced a near-catastrophic fire in April of 2019, it served as a stark reminder that important cultural documents and artifacts, such as original pieces of literature and priceless works of art, could be lost permanently in an instant. Even data preserved on hard drives at a university are […]

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Is the Digital Transformation Opening Our Infrastructure to Cyber Attacks?
August 2, 2021

The way we communicate, share data and use technology to act on those insights is changing – and it’s all leading to the cloud. On In the Cloud, every week new experts will engage in a fire side chat and will bring their extensive experience in software, IT and mobile solutions straight to you, offering a […]

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Using AI to Level the Playing Field between Homeowners and Service Providers
February 9, 2021

Navigating the infrastructure, land and relationships in construction. Host Adam Morrisey interviews global leaders in the built environment exploring the people, ideas and innovations guiding the construction and civil engineering industries into the future.   Can data revolutionize how homeowners manage and maintain their property? The new age of smart homes is here, and Dirt Work is getting to […]

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Applications of Ribbon’s IT and Optical Network: Oil & Gas and Rail Industries with Sam Lisle
January 20, 2021

Critical infrastructure operators are facing new and emerging challenges regarding networking. For many, that means transitioning from legacy systems, providing greater security, and digitization. Those in the Oil & Gas and Rail industries are keenly aware of these issues. Providing insight on how these industries are evolving and the solutions available is Sam Lisle, Ribbon […]

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DB Systel GmbH Selects Ribbon to Build Optical Backbone Network
September 4, 2020

Westford, MA – Ribbon Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: RBBN), a global provider of real time communications software and network solutions to service providers, enterprises, and critical infrastructure sectors, today announced that ECI, now part of Ribbon, was selected by DB Systel GmbH, the digital partner to Deutsche Bahn AG, one of the world’s leading mobility and logistics companies, to build and […]

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Parabellum: Attack on US Critical Infrastructure and the Post Mortem of an IT/OT Attack
November 14, 2019

Tony Rowan, Cyberbit Cybersecurity Architect, provided a deep-dive into the Grizzly Steppe campaign which targeted critical infrastructure networks in North America. Rowan introduced the discussion with an overview of Cyberbit, before he launched into some examples of several attacks on OT (Operational Technology) networks over the last few years. Rowan provided a kill chain […]

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