December 16, 2015
Key Security Components for an Industrial Control System (ICS)
With significant security risks and attacks against Industrial Control Systems (ICS) growing in volume, firms that offer and implement comprehensive solutions are needed. The financial and […]
December 6, 2015

Institutions and End Users can only benefit from Water Loss Programs Implemented by Utilities part 2 of 2

Financial Aspect of Water Loss Management The costs of leak management, detection and timely repair programs include staff training, management, labor, materials and equipment. These costs […]
December 6, 2015

Institutions and End Users can only benefit from Water Loss Programs Implemented by Utilities part 1 of 2

With leak detection technology developing rapidly with increasing benefits, many large utilities do not have the internal expertise in the technologies most appropriate for monitoring their […]
December 4, 2015

Risk Management in Infrastructure Needs Improvement as Cost Overruns Surge part 2 of 2

Frequently, project teams have been inclined to link construction project success with the three aspects of time, cost and quality. Cost of risk is a concept […]
December 4, 2015

Risk Management in Infrastructure Needs Improvement as Cost Overruns Surge part 1 of 2

The recent financial and economic crisis has had an adverse impact on the Infrastructure sector, this downturn is finally turning the corner. In late 2014, The […]
December 1, 2015

Building an Industrial Control System (ICS) Cyber Security Ecosystem

Governmental organizations, private companies and public-private partnerships that operate critical infrastructure have never faced such significant security risks as attacks against Industrial Control Systems (ICS) grows […]