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Cybersecurity: learn the lessons

In order to better protect industrial control systems from cyber attacks, companies should take heed from the wise words of successful military tacticians and the lessons learned from some of the greatest failures in military defence, says Tim Ricketts

The cyber security layer cake

As industrial software becomes more intelligent, cyber attacks are becoming more complex. Martyn Williams discusses the latest developments in industrial cyber security

Engineering fire safety

Engineering fire safety: pre-incident planning


Oxy-fuel processes: it’s everyone’s responsibility

Paul Woodford provides guidelines for proper set-up and shutdown procedures, as well as technical and safety principles.

Intrusion detection for the IIoT

How do we detect threats on the factory floor? asks Alan Grau

Combing explosion vent detection with GSM technology

Receive instantaneous notification of Explosion Vent activation straight to your mobile phone

Going beyond flameless explosion venting

Q-Rohr efficiently cools down any flames, preventing both flames and pressure from emerging and ensures particulate retention

Rupture discs: back to the drawing board

How the miniaturisation of rupture discs is prompting the industry to re-think how it delivers protection against overpressurisation

Wireless, portable gas monitor announced

MicroRAE gas monitor is Honeywell's first wireless four-gas monitor that operates with all major wireless communications protocols

Keeping plant downtime to a minimum

NCH Europe has launched Mega Pipe Repair HD, a pipe repair bandage which will fit pipes up to 300mm

Locking system for strongroom doors

Lock system TwinLock from INSYS locks is now certified according to VdS class 4/CEN D

The internet of zombies

Jonathan Wilkins discusses the internet of zombies and advises on how companies can prepare for the outbreak

Smoother, safer shutdowns, turnarounds and outages

How a single-source approach can simplify safety and reduce costs during plant shutdowns

Sanitary rupture disc to avert PED compliance

Specifically for the European pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and biotech industries

Reliable protection against gases, vapours, liquids or dusts

Peter Lemanczyk details a smart spray shield for flange connections

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