1 of 4 Companies Became Target of IT Security Attack In 2017 – Survey
Recent IT Security Risks Survey by IT security expert firm Kaspersky Lab says that 28 Percent of industrial companies were subject of one or more cyberattacks, i.e. plus 8 percent in comparison to 2016 (20 percent). This threat is the most relevant. But there are still more IT security aspects to watch for CIOs and CTOs in 2018.
From Digital Transformation In Production To Work 4.0 – Armin Wittmann on IT at automatica 2018
In an interview with IT&Production magazine, Armin Wittmann, Exhibition Group Director automatica at Messe München, points out the core topics of automatica 2018. Learn more about the key statements on IT2Industry as subject area at the trade fair –
How IIoT Is Booming In Germany – Doubling Business Volume till 2022: Study
The study “The German Industrial IoT market 2017-2022” by eco and Arthur D. Little shows that the Industrial IoT market in Germany will increase by 19 percent of turnover annually until 2022. As the German IIoT market is one of the largest worldwide, this is expected –
automatica 2018: Industry 4.0 Innovation Offensive Expected
The force with which the digital transformation is starting to steamroll automated production will be obvious at automatica 2018, in Munich from June 19 to 22. Cloud robotics, deep learning and smart production are no longer catchwords, but are increasingly becoming experienced reality.
7 Cybersecurity Capabilities IT Professionals Should Bring Along for 2018
For more than two of five CIOs cybersecurity has the highest priority at their company. As well, one of five estimate to grow at their team within first half of 2018 [reports]. Key skills which IT / security professionals should bring along –
5 Elements Of A Successful IIoT Project Development
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) speeds up, but it is more complex and diverse. To initiate the start of an IIoT project within a company, Cisco has identified five steps.
Power of Cognitive IoT Ecosystem [Guest Posting]
IBM Watson IoT, through cognitive computing, is leading evolution from gathering and predicting, to understand patterns and relationships in IoT data. – Niklaus H. Waser on IBM Watson Internet of Things.