I'm at it again. As a public service for those of you who don't get paid to occasionally surf the InterWebs, here are links to a few stories from the process automation world and some other places that you may have missed this week.
Surfing the Net and ended up at one of my favorite food porn sites, GiltTaste.com. (It was on my lunch hour, boss. Honest!) Here of all places, I found a neat basic process manufacturing project.
Right before Christmas, I posted a link from Eric Byres at Tofino Security about his sous-vide hack. For the uninitiated, a sous-vide is a vacuum cooker used in many restaurants. The real deal, even a "home cook" model, tips the register at $400+.
or is too cheap to buy his wife her own sous-vide cooker. Eric Byres of Tofino Security is a man of many parts.
Fooling around in the social media corner of the Internet this morning, and came across this link (http://asian-power.com/node/11144) on Facebook via Eric Byres.
Stuxnet has reminded us yet again that we live in a world that is not necessarily full of friendly people who mean us well. The folks at Byres Security have launched a new service to help us keep abreast of what's going on out there among the troublemakers and how...
This popped up in my email box this morning. It's a note from Eric Byres at Tofino. Eric is a well-known security expert and a sometime contributor to Control. "With announcement on Tuesday of the Microsoft patch for the Stuxnet vulnerability, we have updated our recommendations for addressing this critical...
Coming to work on a Monday and finding an email outlining the report of a major cyber security breach affecting an important supplier and its customers is never a good way to start the week. But that's what happened this morning.
#pauto #security Frost & Sullivan Names Byres Security the 2010 World Award Winner for Industrial Network Security Solutions
From the Byres Security press conference at Automation and Power World: