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September 30, 2015

‘Criminal’ attitude of car makers, Asimov’s Law and vulnerable utilities scrutinised by McNiel

Technological leaps are meat and drink to these columns. But today Jim McNiel doesn’t seem to want to talk about that, so much as how to use the leaps. As global chief marketing officer of newly enlarged NetScout he’s well placed to discuss both.

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August 31, 2015

Australian Utility Week

Event date: November 24-25, 2015 Luna Park Sydney, Australia

Australian Utility Week is the region’s largest conference and exhibition for energy retailers, distributors and water utilities focusing on the latest approaches, technologies and solutions to improve electricity and water networks’ efficiency in a cost-efficient, environmentally and customer friendly way.

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July 23, 2015

European Utility Week

Event date: November 3-5, 2015 Vienna, Austria

Since its inception, the ESCO Europe event has grown into Europe’s largest conference dedicated to energy performance contracting. This event has travelled all across Europe from Portugal to France, Germany, UK, Denmark and Spain. On 20-21 January 2015, the event returned to the country in which it first launched, Italy.

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April 9, 2015

The verdict post-ETS is there’s potential momentum ahead for the smart energy industry

Highlights of the recent Energy Thought Summit (ETS) held in Austin, Texas included the concepts of IT/OT convergence, utility operations and business models; plus newly available technologies designed to improve energy creation, delivery, consumption and conservation. Jacob Rodrigues Pereira, senior analyst, Smart Utility Infrastructure at IHS reports.

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July 4, 2014

Western energy companies under ‘state-backed’ sabotage threat from Dragonfly, security firms warn

Critical national infrastructure firms have been advised by security experts Symantec to check their networks after the discovery of a new attack, codenamed Dragonfly. Also known as Energetic Bear, Dragonfly is said to be capable of doing damage to utilities on the same scale as Stuxnet.

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