Cybersecurity ‘must be fit for purpose to protect energy sector’

That’s the verdict from Gemserv CEO Alex Goody, who spoke to ELN Editor Sumit Bose in the latest edition of Talking Energy

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Energy firms ‘avoiding greater connectivity due to cyber threats’

Three-quarters of energy industry stakeholders said such dangers were proving a barrier to adoption

Thousands of nuclear files removed from public view

The information that has been made unavailable relates to nuclear weaponry and atomic energy records

The tide turns in favour of turbine data monitoring

Tidal energy turbine developer Sabella has partnered with QOS Energy to track performance of its offshore device

UK Government launches new Energy Data Taskforce

It will undertake a review of the data landscape, identifying gaps and making suggestions on how data can be used more effectively in the energy system

Cyber security specialist joins NIO Formula E racing team on the grid

Acronis will provide cyber protection, backup, disaster recovery and file sharing solutions

Bulk of leading energy firms say surge in data will open up new opportunities

Around 86% believe smart meters will be the main driver of new data hitting the sector

UN and Google team up to monitor environmental damage

They aim to establish a platform for open-source data and analysis of the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Could climate change kill the internet?

Researchers say rising water levels could damage vital communications cables buried underground

Could Internet of Things hold the key to going green?

Many large energy companies believe the Internet of Things (IoT) holds the key to improving environmental sustainability and decarbonising the sector. That’s according to a new report from mobile satellite company Inmarsat, which conducted a global survey of around 100 power and utilities firms regarding their use of the technology. More than half of those […]