Thank you to everyone who attended Transform.virtual!
We had an amazing turnout and some fantastic, live conversations during GrayMatter’s first-ever virtual Industrial Intelligence conference.
If you signed up but missed out on Aug. 5, you can still use your email to sign in to the event to watch all of our content on demand, including two live panel discussions focused on Advanced Industrial Analytics featuring speakers from Procter & Gamble, TwinThread and GrayMatter; and Industrial Cybersecurity, which features panelists from GrayMatter, T. Marzetti Company and Dominion Energy.
If you haven’t registered, you can sign up here for a limited time.
In case you missed it, GrayMatter launched deceptionGUARD during Transform.virtual.
This deception-as-a-service solution is designed to help protect industrial companies and critical infrastructure from the types of cyberattacks outlined in a new alert from the National Security and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security agencies.
Learn More: You can read more about the NSA alert here. Also, the latest episode of the emPOWERUP Podcast is all about deception technology.
deceptionGUARD uses virtual decoys or sirens to lure cyberattacks to an innocuous target, known as a honeypot, where they can’t cause harm. The technology automatically analyzes the type, origin and method of attack, halts the intrusion and provides organizations with a plan to improve protections.
“You must have a cybersecurity strategy that’s resilient,” says Scott Christensen, GrayMatter’s Cybersecurity Practice Lead. “Sometimes the ability to withstand an intrusion is more valuable than outright prevention.”
You can learn more or schedule a briefing with GrayMatter’s team about deception technology here.
For the fifth year in a row, GrayMatter earned a spot on Inc Magazine’s list of the fastest-growing private U.S. companies.
This year, GrayMatter is in the 2,916th spot.
You can check out the full list here: bit.ly/2w7s2Qk, but GrayMatter is proud to be one of just 29 Pittsburgh Metro-based companies on the list, and one of only 18 repeat honorees.
Statewide, Pennsylvania has 188 companies on the list, with 114 repeat honorees. Congrats to all.
IndustryWeek caught up with GE Digital CEO Pat Byrne about his first year in the role, how companies are adapting to a world with COVID-19 and why ROI has to be hard-coded into any successful digital transformation strategy.
“While there could well be a five-year vision, companies need to be able to break that down into getting a strong business case,” Byrne said.
“Achieving that requires a critical combination of using lean and digital together. Lean allows you to get visibility into where there’s waste in the business process. It’s a systematic way of creating insight into where waste exists.”
Find the full interview here.
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