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CIO Review | Michael Timan – Hardware-Enforced One-Way Data Flow & Cybersecurity
December 5, 2018
Michael Timan, President & CEO, Owl Cyber Defense, discusses cybersecurity within critical infrastructure.
CXO Insight – Middle East | Dennis Lanahan – Fuelling The Future of Security
October 30, 2018
Dennis Lanahan, Director of World Wide Channel Partnerships & International Sales, Owl Cyber Defense, Discusses the trends shaping cybersecurity in the oil and gas companies.
VBR Turbine Partners Selects Owl Cyber Defense Solutions to Secure Turbine Data Collection
October 23, 2018
Key New Deployments Build on Successes in Securing Critical Infrastructure Ridgefield, CT, October 23, 2018 - Owl Cyber Defense Solutions, LLC (“Owl”), the market leader in data diode network cybersecurity solutions, today announced that VBR Turbine Partners (“VBR”) has selected the OPDS-5D data diode to secure their turbine remote monitoring solutions. The...
Top 50 Automation Companies of 2017: Digitalization Takes Over
October 22, 2018
Smaller, Independents Thrive; Startups Pop Up While the same suppliers still occupy the leading positions, mid-sized suppliers are continuing to do a good business. Companies like Roper Technologies, National Instruments, Pepperl+Fuchs, Endress+Hauser, Ametek, PAS and Phoenix Contact continue to grow and expand their businesses. Meanwhile, a whole new crop of smalle...
Owl Cyber Defense Celebrates National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) through DHS’ Stop.Think.Connect Campaign
October 16, 2018
Ridgefield, CT, October 16, 2018 - Owl Cyber Defense Solutions, LLC (“Owl”), the market leader in data diode network cybersecurity solutions, has announced its commitment to raising awareness on the importance of cybersecurity throughout the month of October in support of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Stop.Think.Connect campaign. This global online ...
Cybersecurity a Growing Field as Criminals Get Creative
October 15, 2018
Whether their target is a customer at a gas station, a retail chain, a large corporation or even a major credit bureau, cybercriminals are hard at work stealing money and information. Cybercriminals will steal more than $1.5 trillion in 2018 with the most successful thieves earning upwards of $2 million. Combatting these cybercrimes has become big business, as well,...
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