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Airbus helps secure critical infrastructure
In this week's ezine, Computer Weekly explores how to secure industrial control systems, which have often lagged behind the leading edge of IT security and pose serious risks to critical national infrastructure. Airbus believes that despite the vulnerabilities of individual components, industrial control systems as a whole are quite resilient. We also speak to the head of technology at Centrica about how the utility company is becoming a specialist provider of data lake integration tools, and we explore the 802.11ac Wave 2 standard.
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Airbus is helping to drive the cyber security market for industrial control systems used throughout industry, including many providers of critical national infrastructure
Many have argued gender parity will not happen in the technology industry without help from the top. Since the top is predominantly male, we’ve reached out to some of the men in the industry who are helping to drive tech equality
Centrica is in the midst of developing a fully-fledged software business. Its group director of technology and engineering talks to Computer Weekly about the strategy