Insider, las dos caras del empleado

Un gran error que cometen muchas empresas es asegurar su perímetro con el pensamiento de que los ataques se originarán siempre de forma a externa a su red. Pero existe la posibilidad de que ataques intencionados o no intencionados se produzcan por diversas situaciones desde el interior de la propia empresa. En este ámbito es importante diferenciar entre “insider” y amenazas internas.

Residential storage faces sunny prospects this year

Interest in residential energy storage is rising in the U.S., especially when combined with rooftop solar. A new report by EnergySage found that in 2017, 74% of solar shoppers surveyed said they were also considering a home battery system.

GDPR and the End of the Internet’s Grand Bargain

In May the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect, two years after passage by the European Parliament. This radical new privacy law, which covers any business that processes information about EU residents, will dramatically affect the way data is collected, stored, and used, including for U.S. companies doing business abroad.

Why trams are making a comeback

Cities around the world, from Edinburgh to Melbourne, have been turning to trams to tackle increasing traffic congestion and escalating air pollution. They present two major advantages: they are zero pollution vehicles at the point of use and they have a large transport capacity of up to 300.

NREL Leadership Contributes to Revision of Key Energy Integration Standard, IEEE 1547

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has just published the full revision of IEEE 1547, which establishes uniform requirements for interconnection of distributed energy resources (DERs), such as solar photovoltaics, with the electric power system.