As our smart phones, laptops, and smart home devices continue to evolve at a rapid rate, the questions around how so much data will continue to be processed continues to float around the web.
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Recently, our experts here at TIGA attended the IOGC conference to stay up to date on the implementations and challenges that Oil and Gas companies are facing. Keep reading to discover the benefits we exposed about real world implementation of MQTT.
The OT environment consists of an industrial control system (ICS) and SCADA. These systems compose the vertebrae of infrastructure. Indeed, our economy and society hinge upon these unsung heroes.
Culture is the character and personality of the organization. It's what makes a business unique and is the sum of its values, traditions, beliefs, interactions, behaviors, and attitudes. When employers interview a prospective employee, they often consider whether the candidate is a good cultural fit, the same stands true for the candidate evaluating if they would fit in the culture. Here is what one of our employees recently had to say about TIGA's Culture.
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What is the #1 way to ensure a secure SCADA system? Utilize mitigation techniques! Thankfully, tailored techniques exist to counter each and every type of attack. Keep reading to discover what they are!
Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) are user interfaces or dashboards that connect a person to a machine, system, or device. And even though the term "HMI" can be applied to any type of screen or monitor that allows a human user to interact with a machine or device, the benefits of HMI's are not readily understood in the industrial space. Keep reading to discover how smart companies are capitalizing on HMI's to increase their overall operational efficiencies.
PLC and SCADA are both used to monitor and control equipment in process automation across many different industries, such as telecommunications, water and waste control, energy, oil and gas, and transportation.
Because of the technological complexities of these modern day systems understanding how each plays its part can be rather confusing.