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Cell Tower Backup Power System Runs Indefinitely On Solar Panels and Modular Lithium Battery Banks

In late 2015, Battery Backup Power, Inc. of Costa Mesa, California began a strategic partnership with a publicly traded company that focuses on advanced new energy storage systems and solar generation. 254 more words

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Cybersecurity to Gain New Prominence in Bank Exams | American Banker

While cybersecurity has already been part of bank exams for years, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is highlighting it as a separate comment in order to ensure the issue is getting appropriate attention from bank executives and boards. 11 more words

Financial Services

Cybersecurity Looms Large at Debate on Geopolitical Risk

By Shawn Seasongood
Managing Director, Finance and Operational Transformation

The mission of St. John’s University Center for Excellence in Enterprise Risk Management is to “become a leading center that brings together students, academicians, executives, and board members for the purpose of developing and sharing knowledge, tools, and best practices in enterprise risk management.” 670 more words

Information Technology

The Cyberthreat Under the Street - The New York Times

In the worry over cybersecurity, we can forget that the physical cables that carry data are at risk.

Source: The Cyberthreat Under the Street – The New York Times


Tech Giants Join D.C. Fray to Battle Bank Calls for Regulation | American Banker

“You can imagine a group like this now saying to lawmakers, ‘We are not like them, we should be regulated relative to what we are and what we do, as opposed to banks who pose different risks,'” Knight said.But Knight said it’s not just as simple as “banks vs. 29 more words

Financial Services

Industrial IDS Deployment

In our previous posts we discussed the various types of attacks on operational (OT) networks. We’ve also discussed the means of mitigating different types of attacks, with the exception of “In-Field” attacks. 513 more words


How humans can wrest control of the markets back from computers - FT.com

Investors have had plenty of reasons to worry about oil prices this year. Now there is another: Timothy Massad, chairman of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, revealed on Wednesday that there have been 35 bizarre “flash crashes” in… 14 more words

Financial Services