Lessons for In-House Counsel from Cybersecurity’s Front Lines

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

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Strategize your next move to become a utilities leader, delivering value at scale and pace

CGI

Strategize your next move to become a utilities leader, delivering value at scale and pace. Additionally, utilities leaders say their IT investments have increased, and they have moved beyond progressing with discrete digital projects, such as mobile applications.

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Utilities Digital Journey Insights (Part 3): Data, the new “digital capital” - Going beyond the hype of advanced analytics and AI

CGI

Utilities Digital Journey Insights (Part 3): Data, the new “digital capital” - Going beyond the hype of advanced analytics and AI. This series of blog posts builds on the 2018 CGI Client Global Insights, providing insights into how utilities are making progress toward digital transformation.

Iran-linked APT33 updates infrastructure following its public disclosure

Security Affairs

The APT33 group has been around since at least 2013, since mid-2016, the group targeted the aviation industry and energy companies with connections to petrochemical production.

Defending a Data-Driven Business Model

Information Matters

The need to build on this research has been given impetus by the recent UK government’s Industrial Strategy White Paper 4) Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, 2017. ↑ Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, 2017.

The Internet of Things (IoT): Managing the Data Tsunami

Collibra

Yet along that path there will be numerous obstacles to overcome – chiefly related to data privacy and governance. But exactly how that data is utilized (and potentially monetised) will differ across sectors. For example, an electricity company can utilise data gathered from IoT-enabled smart meters as well as weather sensors to better model and predict energy consumption patterns, which in turn can help optimise pricing and capacity planning strategies.