Tallinn-based NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence welcomed today Mr. Peter Pellegrini, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization. He was briefed on the recent developments in cyber defence and the flagship initiatives of the NATO CCD COE, such as the most comprehensive legal handbook Tallinn Manual 2.0, new elements of the recent Locked Shields exercise and upcoming CyCon conference, one of the annual highlights for the global cyber security community.
What Google, Bing or Yahoo did for searching and finding content and information on the Internet, new search engine IFind3D will trying to do for printable 3D models. Users may consider the launch of the search engine to be a huge step towards maturity of the consumer 3D printing industry.
After a developing period of 1.5 years 3D Ninja, the largest reseller of 3D printers in The Netherlands, officially launches http://www.ifind3d.com, the world's largest search engine for 3D printable models, containing 740.029 designs. IFind3D combines all online libraries for 3D printable models in one fast and responsive engine, making it easy for end users to find 3D printable models.
There is a lot of talk about the new economy, and how it has changed the meaning of teamwork. Even recruiting theorists are talking about how everything is changing quickly – making it a bad time to bond strongly to one employer. Freedom is sweet, and specialists appreciate it. So, finding the right full time employees can be tricky, and some businesses therefore buy services from independent specialists, who can quickly move between better opportunities.
But software development is a bit different. Let´s see, how different.
The team from Czech Republic wins the largest and most complex international live-fire cyber defence exercise Locked Shields 2017. Estonian team and NCIRC team from NATO take second and third place respectively.
The defensive team from Czech Republic also takes home the special prize for the scenario inject. NCIRC team scored the highest in the legal game of the exercise, German team came out on top of forensic challenges while the team from the United Kingdom achieved the highest scores in handling the strategic communication challenges.
The active phase of the largest and most complex international technical live-fire cyber defence exercise Locked Shields 2017 came to end today. In total 3000 virtual systems and 2500 attacks were included.
“The Blue Teams are getting better every year, making the exercise also more demanding for the core planning team. This year we included more specialised systems to offer the teams new challenges,”said Thomas Svensson, CSO at atsec information security and Deputy Head of the White Team, core planning team of the exercise. “To be successful in Locked Shields the competing teams need to master both technical and soft skills, meaning they must be able to handle media and legal requests while solving cyber incidents.”
The current KOF Index of Globalization reflects the extent of economic, social and political globalization in 2014. According to the KOF Globalization Index, the degree of globalization was higher in 2014 than in the preceding year, and the rise was the most significant since 2007.
The largest increase was measured in the economic globalization dimension. Political globalization also progressed, while social globalization, the third dimension of the Index, stagnated. Pursuant to the KOF Index of Globalization, the Netherlands are still the most globalized country in the world, followed by Ireland and Belgium. Switzerland is in 5th place.
New Skeleton manufacturing facility in Germany capable of producing up to 4,000,000 ultracapacitor cells per year
Skeleton Technologies, Europe’s leading ultracapacitor manufacturer, today announced the opening of a new production line in Saxony, Germany. The new facility is the largest in Europe and will enable the business to greatly enhance its production capacity. The expansion is expected to support over 50 new jobs at the facility by 2019 and is the result of a 6.2 million Euro investment by Skeleton Technologies, supported by federal and state funds from the program for the promotion of the joint task to improve the regional economic structure (GRW).
Delta-ee's latest European State of the Market Report has found 3M homes in Europe are equipped with smart thermostats or connected room heating controls and that number is set to grow to 9M by the end of 2019.
The connected home market is developing very rapidly.
"There are two key trends in this space today," explains Arthur Jouannic, Senior Analyst and Connected Home expert at Delta-ee.
"Firstly, the market has clearly taken off with over 50 players offering connected heating controls in Europe, with those like Centrica, Eneco, Bosch and EQ-3 securing more than 100,000 new customers a year. Some companies have already equipped 20% of their customers with smart thermostats.