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Cyber espionage appears to have hit the mainstream as the most popular attack method in the public sector, education & manufacturing industries.
Productivity gains from automation are eliminating manufacturing jobs in N. America faster than any foreign competition.
Intelligent automation is going through a rapid democratisation and should no longer be seen as a nightmare of unpredictable, threatening robots.
Consulting firm Booz Allen say the number of incidents reported to US authorities rose by 17% last year.
3D printing could disrupt mass-production as we know it. Could we possibly be on the verge of replacing mass production altogether?
3D printing is in itself a new technology and now researchers are taking it a step further by adding another dimension – time.
The aviation industry is a privileged target for hackers who are interested in the intellectual property of many companies in the sector.
The Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) market is estimated to reach $14.9 Billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 8.12% from 2015.
According to ICS-CERT some advanced networks are vulnerable to remote attackers looking to intercept communications to and from devices.
by Tim Heath on 2015-12-23 01:56PM in NEWS-News Analysis, INTELLIGENCE-International, GOVERNMENT-Defence, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-IT & Telecoms, BUSINESS-Production-Utilities, BUSINESS-Production-Manufacturing, BUSINESS-Production-Energy
Critical industries need to significantly ramp up their cyber security or risk having Islamic State hackers attack.