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    The Top 10 OT Risks in Multi-Utilities Identified

    The NIS2 directive requires owners and operators of electric and multi-utilities to include their OT networks in risk management procedures and risk analysis. The target is to determine the risk exposure of their critical processes and define appropriate mitigation measures. And this is for good reason, as the results of our vulnerability assessments at IOUs, municipal as well as public utilities highlight. 

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    Unlocking the potential of IoT - Insights from the Landis+Gyr webinar

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing the way we interact with the world by embedding intelligence into everyday objects and enabling seamless communication between devices.Our Landis+Gyr webinar discussed key aspects of IoT, including its definition, communication methods, typical use cases, and Landis+Gyr's contributions to this transformative field.

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    Beyond the meter: Unveiling the benefits of "Smart Water Metering" for consumers

    In today's technologically advanced world, smart water metering is revolutionizing how consumers interact with and manage their water usage. This innovative approach goes beyond the simple recording of water consumption, it empowers individuals by providing them with detailed insights into their water use patterns, enabling them to identify inefficiencies, conserve resources, and potentially lower the bills.


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    Maintaining OT Security under NIS2: Strategies for Businesses without In-House Expertise

    Energy companies are under pressure from all sides when it comes to the cyber security of their critical infrastructure. The spiraling skills gap is set against an increasingly dynamic risk landscape and more far-reaching legislation. Nevertheless, companies must quickly find ways to set up their own operational technology (OT) security expertise. 

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    n the age of data-driven decision making, industries are constantly looking for innovative ways to use information for efficiency and sustainability. The water distribution sector is no exception. Traditional water meters have long served their purpose in measuring consumption for billing purposes, but the advent of smart water meters has ushered in a new era of optimization and insight. These advanced meters are not only revolutionizing billing processes, but also providing a wealth of real-time data that can transform distribution networks and curb water loss.

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    Level Up Your Charge: Secure Contactless Payment Options

    As we embrace the electric revolution, the convenience of charging our vehicles is becoming as simple as scanning a QR code. This blog delves into the exciting intersection of user-friendly payment methods and the critical need for solutions with available security measures. 

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