Power, Water, Oil and Gas

Factors such as aging networks, increasing regulation, DER and security are driving utilities to modernize their ICT infrastructures. Modernization will enable these providers to offer new services, reduce emissions, and improve security. Transitions are never easy, that is why it is best to work with professionals who have more than 50 years of expertise in the sector - such as ECI.

Power, Water, Oil and Gas

Power, Water, Oil and Gas

Factors such as aging networks, increasing regulation, DER and security are driving utilities to modernize their ICT infrastructures. Modernization will enable these providers to offer new services, reduce emissions, and improve security. Transitions are never easy, that is why it is best to work with professionals who have more than 50 years of expertise in the sector - such as ECI.
  • “Winter (Package) is Coming"

    The European Commission’s ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package – commonly known as the ‘Winter Package’ – is coming. And with it a long list of directives aimed at making the world a ‘greener, cleaner’ place. Not to be without, the Americans and other countries have their own regulations. But beyond reducing emissions and increasing transparency, this legislation has important implications for utilities worldwide. In reality, it leaves you with a lot to do – and not much time to do it. Read more in ‘Taming the Big 4’ – one of our most popular blog series here.

  • Why Secure Isn't Enough in the Utilities Sector

    Cybersecurity of critical energy infrastructure is a growing concern because the industry is experiencing a significant overhaul as grids, power, water and gas become increasingly smart and automated. For utility companies, the consequences of inadequate cybersecurity include service and grid outages affecting thousands of customers, if not more. The “fourth industrial revolution,” if you will, demands major changes in the utilities sector’s technology deployments. But the needs of utilities are different than those of other sectors due to their mission critical services. So how do can you protect your OT as well as your IT? This video will explain more.

  • IT/OT Upgrades Made Simple

    Utilities have traditionally managed their IT and OT networks as separate sub-networks. This webinar will discuss another approach: how to combine these networks onto a common physical infrastructure. Benefits of combining the networks can include:

    * A simpler overall network design and lower operating costs

    * Common equipment can carry both networks simultaneously, lowering capital costs

    * A network that can be upgraded, expanded, and enhanced as demands change and new services are added

    Watch the webinar recording here.

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