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Global e-invoicing compliance drives manufacturers to seek partners

OpenText Information Management

Each year brings more dramatic developments in global e-invoicing compliance to which manufacturers must quickly respond. Automotive Industrial Manufacturing Integration automotive Compliance e-Invoicing manufacturing

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Introducing secure print controls for pharmaceutical manufacturers

OpenText Information Management

Government agencies around the world, including the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), use current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) as the primary way to ensure pharmaceutical quality.

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Candiru: Another Cyberweapons Arms Manufacturer

Schneier on Security

Citizen Lab has identified yet another Israeli company that sells spyware to governments around the world: Candiru. From the report : Summary: Candiru is a secretive Israel-based company that sells spyware exclusively to governments.

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Chinese-owned firm acquires UK’s largest semiconductor manufacturer

The Guardian Data Protection

Technology sector China Manufacturing sector Data protection Business UK news Technology Asia Pacific World news Computing Mobile phones Telecoms Wales

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Brexit readiness: what can manufacturers do now?

OpenText Information Management

It’s a particularly uncomfortable and uncertain time for the UK manufacturing industry in the face of Brexit ambiguity. Manufacturing, in particular, will be seriously affected, and UK trade associations have already warned the government that uncertainty is slowing investment and leading to lay-offs in the … The post Brexit readiness: what can manufacturers do now? Business hates uncertainty (so do most people for that matter).

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BlackCat Ransomware gang stole secret military data from an industrial explosives manufacturer

Security Affairs

The company is a globally recognised industrial explosives manufacturer, it provides complete blasting solutions, including packaged, bulk explosives and initiating systems to meet its customer needs across the globe.

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Decision on sale of UK’s biggest chip maker to Chinese-owned firm delayed

The Guardian Manufacturing

New national security legislation used to allow more time to scrutinise £63m deal for Newport Wafer Fab The British government has delayed the decision on whether the UK’s largest producer of semiconductors can be bought by a Chinese-owned manufacturer by another month and a half.

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Cyber-Criminal espionage Operation insists on Italian Manufacturing

Security Affairs

ZLab researchers spotted a new malicious espionage activity targeting Italian companies operating worldwide in the manufacturing sector. Additional details, including IoCs and Yara rules are available here: Cyber-Criminal espionage Operation insists on Italian Manufacturing.

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What will be the effect of Brexit in the manufacturing industry?

OpenText Information Management

Last year, the UK government said that it had conducted no sectorial impact assessments of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU single market. It has since rolled back from that statement, but this has only added to the confusion and uncertainty surrounding Brexit in the Manufacturing industry. Manufacturing is one sector that will be seriously affected … The post What will be the effect of Brexit in the manufacturing industry?

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Top AI trends to expect in manufacturing, agriculture and government

Information Management Resources

While it’s impossible to predict the future with certainty, technologies that incorporate AI and automation are maturing at an incredibly rapid rate across some industries. Artificial intelligence Data strategy Machine learning

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UK Government Proposes IoT Security Measures

Data Breach Today

government is taking the first steps toward creating new security requirements for manufacturers to strengthen password protections and improve how vulnerabilities are reported

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Huawei Accuses US Government of Hack Attacks

Data Breach Today

White House 'Using Every Tool At Its Disposal' to Disrupt Business, Firm Claims The battle between Huawei Technologies and the White House continues to intensify, with the Chinese manufacturing giant accusing the U.S. of "using every tool at its disposal" to disrupt its business, including cyberattacks and employee intimidation

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How smart factories can enable sustainable manufacturing

CGI

The growing global pressure from government, financial institutions and consumers will soon make sustainability mandatory, pushing it higher on the C-suite agenda. For manufacturers, this means weaving sustainability into the very fabric of their DNA.

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How a Manufacturing Firm Recovered from a Devastating Ransomware Attack

Dark Reading

The infamous Ryuk ransomware slammed a small company that makes heavy-duty vehicle alternators for government and emergency fleet. Here's what happened

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Webinar: The Supply Chain Security Gap: Impacts on Connected and Embedded Device Manufacturers via Embedded Computing Design on February 9th, 2022 at 2pm Eastern

IG Guru

The post Webinar: The Supply Chain Security Gap: Impacts on Connected and Embedded Device Manufacturers via Embedded Computing Design on February 9th, 2022 at 2pm Eastern appeared first on IG GURU. REGISTER HERE FEATURED PRESENTERS Dr. Larry Ponemon Chairman and Founder, Ponemon InstituteDr.

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Raspberry Robin malware used in attacks against Telecom and Governments

Security Affairs

The Raspberry Robin worm attacks aimed at telecommunications and government office systems across Latin America, Australia, and Europe. “We found samples of the Raspberry Robin malware spreading in telecommunications and government office systems beginning September.”

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UK urges to disconnect Chinese security cameras in government buildings

Security Affairs

The British government banned the installation of Chinese-linked security cameras at sensitive facilities due to security risks. Reuters reports that the British government ordered its departments to stop installing Chinese security cameras at sensitive buildings due to security risks.

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Why IDMP compliance requires adaptive data governance

Collibra

IDMP requires a robust data management strategy – including data cataloging, data governance and data quality – to ensure data integrity and transparency at scale. This is where data cataloging and data governance come into play. Data Governance Healthcare IDMP Life sciences

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To Make the Internet of Things Safe, Start with Manufacturing

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

Typically, when they are manufactured, IoT devices receive their initial identity in the form of a “digital birth certificate.” Therefore, manufacturing is the first critical link in the chain to establish trust across the IoT. Securing the manufacturing process of IoT devices includes three steps: Controlling production runs to ensure product legitimacy and prevent counterfeiting.

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Raspberry Robin malware used in attacks against Telecom and Governments

Security Affairs

The Raspberry Robin worm attacks aimed at telecommunications and government office systems across Latin America, Australia, and Europe. “We found samples of the Raspberry Robin malware spreading in telecommunications and government office systems beginning September.”

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Why e-Invoicing has become a global superhero

OpenText Information Management

Governments worldwide have recognized this; today there are more than 50 e-Invoicing mandates worldwide, and many more coming into force over the next few years. Automotive & Manufacturing e-Invoicing invoicing mandates VAT gapWho’d have thought the humble invoice was a superhero?

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US indicted 4 Russian government employees for attacks on critical infrastructure

Security Affairs

has indicted four Russian government employees for their involvement in attacks on entities in critical infrastructure. government agencies such as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. SecurityAffairs – hacking, Russian government employees). The U.S.

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Police in Europe Arrest 31 for Hacking and Stealing Autos

Data Breach Today

Keyless Auto Theft Mounting Threat for Car Owners A European ring of auto thieves used software branded as a diagnostic tool to make fobless thefts of cars made by two French manufacturers.

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FritzFrog P2P Botnet is back and targets Healthcare, Education and Government Sectors

Security Affairs

FritzFrog P2P botnet is back and is targeting servers belonging to entities in the healthcare, education, and government sectors. The bot is written in Golang and implements wormable capabilities, experts reported attacks against entities in the government, education, and finance sectors.

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Latest Cyberattack Against Iran Part of Ongoing Campaign

Threatpost

Iran's steel manufacturing industry is victim to ongoing cyberattacks that previously impacted the country's rail system. Critical Infrastructure Government Malware

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DHS and FBI – Hackers Are Targeting US Nuclear, Energy, and Manufacturing Facilities

Privacy and Cybersecurity Law

Data Breach Government Information United StatesAccording to a new joint report issued by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Bureau of Investigation […].

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EU Parliament and Council of the EU Reach Agreement on Data Governance Act

Hunton Privacy

On November 30, 2021, the European Commission issued a press release indicating that the European Parliament and the Council of the EU ( i.e. , representatives of EU Member States) reached political agreement on the proposed EU Data Governance Act.

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Spanish-Language Trojan Targets Many Industry Verticals

Data Breach Today

Grandoreiro Banking Trojan Impersonates Mexican Government Officials Researchers uncovered a spear-phishing campaign targeting automotive and chemical manufacturers across the Spanish-speaking nations of Mexico and Spain.

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Spanish Banking Trojan Attacks Various Industry Verticals

Data Breach Today

Grandoreiro Banking Trojan Impersonates Mexican Government Officials Researchers uncovered a spear-phishing campaign targeting automotive and chemical manufacturers across the Spanish-speaking nations of Mexico and Spain.

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Mandatory IoT Security in the Offing with U.K. Proposal

Threatpost

law mandates that manufacturers apply several security controls to their connected devices. Government IoT default password Device security Internet of things iot legislation iot manufacturers IoT security Password regulation Security Updates tech law Uk gov law uk law

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Cyber Attack Halts Production at Ag Equipment Maker AGCO Fendt

The Security Ledger

A cyber attack has disrupted the operations of AGCO/Fendt, a major manufacturer of agricultural equipment, the company has acknowledged. A cyber attack has disrupted the operations of AGCO/Fendt, a major manufacturer of agricultural equipment, the company has ack[link]. That followed published reports in German and French publications stemming from unexpected shutdowns of manufacturing facilities in those countries.

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Fostering data innovation with data quality and governance

Collibra

If the manufacturing costs are going up, they want to find the problematic step in the manufacturing process. It needs mature data practices founded on data governance. How data governance and data quality foster innovation.

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The Information Governance Conference Announces 2018 Keynote Speaker

IG Guru

Drones and related technologies continue to tangle up courtrooms – with implications on downstream information, autonomous vehicles, manufacturing, healthcare, and so much more. The post The Information Governance Conference Announces 2018 Keynote Speaker appeared first on IG Guru. Artificial Intelligence IG News InfoGovCon Information Governance Keynote #infogov Kathryn Rattigan Robinson+Cole

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Top 10 Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Vendors

eSecurity Planet

Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) software helps businesses manage all of the necessary documentation and processes for ensuring maximum productivity and preparedness. Third-party governance. IT governance and security. Privacy governance and management.

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Government By Numbers: Some Interesting Insights

John Battelle's Searchblog

Of course, were such a hypothesis true, one might imagine that the over percentage of GDP represented by government workers would have gone *down* over the past few decades. However, as this chart shows, that’s not the case: If we’re depending on government less and less, as I hypothesize, how on earth could government employees go *up* by ten percent in the past six decades? Now let’s compare Government as a percent of GDP to private Industry.

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Hacked Cellebrite and MSAB Software Released

Schneier on Security

Cellebrite is an cyberweapons arms manufacturer that sells smartphone forensic software to governments around the world. MSAB is a Swedish company that does the same thing. Someone has released software and documentation from both companies. Uncategorized cyberweapons leaks smartphone

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Huawei's Role in 5G Networks: A Matter of Trust

Data Breach Today

UK Government May Allow Chinese Manufacturer to Supply 'Noncore' Infrastructure As governments around the world continue plans to build out their nations' 5G networks, worries persist about whether Chinese manufacturers can be trusted. But the British government apparently is ready to allow Huawei to supply "noncore" parts of its network, and the Netherlands may be ready to follow suit

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IoT and data governance – is more necessarily better?

Information Management Resources

The development of smart devices, coupled with the incessant need to collect data for all and any reason, has contributed to a new challenge for organizations in the field of manufacturing of these types of devices in general, and analytics in particular. Internet of things Data governance Data management

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Prometheus and Grief – two new emerging ransomware gangs targeting enterprises. Mexican Government data is published for sale.

Security Affairs

Just recently, the group has published a stolen data allegedly belonging to the Mexican Government which still remains available for sale today, and possibly becoming the first cybercriminal group that has touched a major state in Latin America on such a level.

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Government survey reveals GDPR awareness is falling short

IT Governance

The industries with the least awareness were construction (25%) and production and manufacturing (27%). The Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018 from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has revealed that only 38% of businesses and 44% of charities have heard of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is a worrisome finding, as it is only a matter of months until the new Regulation is enforced.

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