Losing the Mask: Using Social Psychology to Teach Your Board Cybersecurity
Do a Google Image search for the word “hacker.” Seriously, do it right now. This article isn’t going anywhere. What do you see? Dark rooms. Dark hoodies. Dark computer screens with ominous streams of 1s and 0s.
Looking into the Future of the Classic Data Historian
The speedy progress of the world’s industrial output has inspired ongoing advancements in operational technology. Digital transformation and Industry 4.0.
The million-dollar secret to a smile
It is an interesting moment in time, especially for people like myself who were in the midst of the internet turmoil twenty years ago.
How COVID-19 is Affecting Workplace Practices
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What is Zero Trust Model (ZTM)
The Zero Trust Model of information #security simplifies how #information security is conceptualized by assuming there are no longer “trusted” interfaces, applications, traffic, networks, or users.
Why does everyone need data access, but nobody wants PDM/PLM?
I had a chance to dig into The State of Product Development 2020 report done by Onshape. You can get it here for free in exchange for a simple questionnaire, which I did.
CIO/CISO/CTO/CDO : What's the difference?
The C-Suite has seen the addition of new roles in recent history. All of which relate to the continuing advancement of Technology in our day to day lives.
The multiple waves of a pandemic - restrictions are lifted too soon and reimposed
We manufacture in the US isolation gowns, face masks, hand sanitizer and face shields. Our masks are 3-layer or 5-layer, washable, re-usable and designed to meet or exceed the CDC recommendations for civilian face masks.
Transparency Benefits Far More Than Healthcare Consumers. This Crisis is Proving That.
Transparency that benefits consumers has filled a lot of air time in the healthcare world. And it should. Providers should be sharing as much information as possible with patients as they make decisions about treatment options, risks and costs
How Are Digital Twins Used In Practice: 5 Real-World Examples Beyond Manufacturing
A digital twin is a digital copy of an actual physical product, process, or ecosystem that can be used to run virtual simulations, using data to update and change the digital copy to reflect any changes in the real world.