Energy Industry Experts To Face Press on Cyber Security at USEA Briefing on June 4

No longer is cyber insecurity just a worry for utilities. Now all energy supplies are vulnerable.”

— Llewellyn King

WASHINGTON, DC, RHODE ISLAND, USA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — On the heels of four major cyberattacks over the past six months — the SolarWinds and Microsoft Exchange supply chain attacks, the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, and the recent USAID email hacks — cyber security has taken on a new urgency for energy companies.

The Colonial Pipeline cyberattack broadened the parameters of concern about perpetrators, from bad state actors to wanton criminals, seeking to devastate U.S. energy systems. No longer is cyber insecurity just a worry for utilities. Now all energy supplies are vulnerable.

To examine the state of cyber defenses, especially those for utilities, and to report on vulnerability, USEA and veteran journalist Llewellyn King have assembled four experts who will be questioned by three knowledgeable reporters in a virtual press briefing, which is set for Friday, June 4 at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. 

USEA Acting Executive Director Sheila Hollis will give opening remarks, and Llewellyn King will moderate. Journalists, USEA members, and members of the general audience can submit questions through the Zoom chat feature. A recording will be available on the USEA website (https:/www.usea.org) following the event.

Guest Speakers:
Matt Barrett, COO, CyberESI
Galen Rasche, Senior Program Manager, Power Delivery and Utilization Sector, EPRI
Commissioner Paul Kjellander, President, Idaho PUC; President, NARUCSuzanne Lemieux, Manager of Operations, Security, and Emergency Response, API
Suzanne Lemieux, Manager of Operations, Security, and Emergency Response, API

Journalists:
Ken Silverstein, Forbes
Andrew Moore, S&P Global
Peter Behr, E&E News

Register here for the USEA Virtual Press Briefing: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TjGkKHEeRlOtK4otZJqtAw

For more information, contact Dominic Levings, USEA Senior Communications Coordinator, at (202) 312-1231

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Non Profit Launches Business Pandemic Preparedness System

Press Conference June 1st, 2021, 11:00 am EST; the world needs pandemic preparedness, sustainability, and universal safe business practices.

We have to change the narrative. We need to take the politics out of our governance. We need to come together as a community if we are to be successful.”

— Steve Anderson

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Over the past year, SmALL businesses have felt helpless, hopeless, unsupported, and confused. Witnessing the pain and challenges felt and faced by honest, hardworking people in our communities, it became very clear we MUST take action. This sparked the inception of the organization called Social Distance Management (SDM).

Edward Henry Company (EHCO) has made the decision to give away all licensing rights and intellectual property of SDM, which includes Social Distance Advisory (SDA), Social Distance Compliance (SDC) systems, and research to SmALL Business is Essential (SBE).

SDM believes that all businesses need universal compliance measures to operate safely during a pandemic and other unprecedented times. By having access to these practical systems, SBE will have the resources it needs to develop the support for all businesses. ALL businesses are essential, and business continuity is the focus. Any opportunities managed from these systems will help all businesses secure and implement adequate steps to stay open, thrive, and have their voices heard.

The Journey of Social Distance Management

In March of 2020, EHCO started SDM with a mission to stand by businesses. Two months later, on May 11, 2020, with extensive research, collaboration and data collection, they released their first version of universal compliance standards.

Under SDM, sub-resources, including SDA and SDC systems, were established to display universal compliance guidelines and assess the threat levels in specific areas to protect the population. The idea to start SDM came from the utmost care about people and businesses, not from a political approach. Universal health measures and the life of our economy are not two isolated conversations. It is ONE conversation.

To contribute to the information gathered, in July of 2020, a Research Internship was formed to discover and outline details on various businesses in Canada and the United States. The outcome of the research included details which contributed to SDC, such as further development of safety protocols, requirements for operation, compliance measures, capacity limits, and PPE requirements. SDM used the data collection to create additional tools, such as self-assessment audits that provide a checklist for what businesses need to stay compliant and operate safely.

Taking its cue from other systems such as ISO, Homeland Security, The World Health Organization, and research from John Hopkins University, SDM developed its Advisory system. This system was developed with the intent to assist businesses and communities in preparing for crises and mitigating restrictions. “There needs to be accountability to the decisions that are being made that affect our small businesses,” said President of EHCO, Edward Henry.

The Advisory system narrows in on the WHO’s Pandemic Phases and the Homeland Security system and uses five levels of risk and threat: low, moderate, substantial, severe, and critical. The colors associated include green, blue, yellow, orange, and red. Each phase clearly defines which business practices, products, and services are considered essential and non-essential and the types of businesses permitted to open during each phase. The Advisory system is currently in the process of implementing data from John Hopkins University, along with data collected by other reputable models.

Despite the aforementioned systems, resources, and extensive research to support our findings, ambiguous guidelines still remain. Therefore, businesses are left without genuine reasons as to why they cannot safely reopen and recover.

A Multi-faceted Problem Requires Innovative Solutions

Stand By SmALL Businesses and Our Communities

SmALL Business is Essential

After spending some time in the development phase, SDM ventured out and sought support from government officials and local politicians. After COUNTLESS meetings and constantly being redirected elsewhere, it was time to take drastic action. Edward Henry states, “Limited power is not an excuse for not doing the right thing.” This year has been about a lot of the wrong things, and in the beginning, SDM was seen as a profit-making opportunity, and taking advantage of a terrible situation. The lack of change cannot continue. Coming together as a collective unit is essential.

For sustainable change to happen, SDM’s resources need to be placed in the right hands. They need to be placed with an organization that isn’t narrow minded, but bilateral with its thinking so sectors, such as health and business can come together. SBE is a not-for-profit association that operates based on three core pillars: pandemic preparedness, sustainability, and safe business practices. SBE aims to collectively arm small businesses with the support, protection, and resources needed to operate safely while envisioning economic recovery and stability through business unity.

This pandemic is not just a small business problem; it’s a world problem. The government’s attempt to segregate businesses into non-essential and essential classifications created ambiguity. This ambiguity initiated the thought that, not some, but ALL businesses are essential. As EHCO releases all of its SDM systems, traffic, assessment, and auditing models to SBE, a new leadership position begins. SBE’s goals encompass the severity of the issue at hand, which is why there is no better person for the job than Steve Anderson. As a Social Entrepreneur, Olympic Gold Medal Coach, and Community Champion, Anderson takes over as President of the not-for-profit association SBE. Edward Henry states, “My choice to recruit Steve Anderson was because of his character, coaching background, competitive nature to overcome challenges, and his experience with a multi-faceted range of individuals.” Speaking to Anderson’s character, he doesn’t make excuses. Steve is a good man, and SBE needs his character to bring everyone together.

Along with Anderson’s motivating character, he is the first African American to coach an Olympic team in indoor or beach volleyball and the first to win an Olympic Gold Medal in either practice. Anderson is highly committed to being the driving force behind SBE to support ALL businesses. He, along with the efforts of SBE, will pave the way towards a better normal.

Our current actions reflect our future results. If we don’t continue putting in effort and showing our care for our businesses, we will continue losing pieces of our community and, in turn, our economy. Small businesses have experienced unfair measures and restrictions, putting them at risk for permanent closure. Continuous lockdowns are not a solution. “This current pandemic has cost over $20 trillion because we were not prepared,” said Edward Henry. The definition of insanity is to perform the same actions and expect different results. “We will do this over again if we don’t start changing the way we do things,” he added. The focus needs to be on Social Distance Compliance and universal protocols to preserve business continuity. If we want an improved normal, we need to stand by SmALL businesses and our communities. There is no better time than now to help businesses transition from lockdowns and longer than expected restrictions.

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The Challenges of Social/Collaborative Learning Tackled by L&D Experts from Google, Volvo, Blinkist

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HCM Deck’s Social/Collaborative Learning Conference will start on June 22nd, 2021

Social/Collaborative Learning has long been present in the corporate L&D arena and keeps getting more important in the hybrid world. Credit: unsplash.com

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L&D thought leaders from Google, Volvo, or Blinkist will cover social/collaborative learning at a free online event L&D Meetup #SocialCollaborativeLearning.

In my experience, and I suppose many experts would agree, collaborative social learning is an integral part of a complementary L&D strategy.”

— Dorota Piotrowska, VP of People and Organization Development at HCM Deck

KRAKOW, POLAND, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — 86% of L&D professionals around the globe believe people are more engaged when learning in a social/collaborative way and 91% think that employees who learn together become more successful, says LinkedIn Workplace Learning Report 2021. This trust in social/collaborative learning is well-founded in research. According to Harvard Business School research, the completion rate of social/collaborative learning programs is 85% higher. The numbers are compelling and the opportunities for the future of work promising. Yet this does not come without its challenges for L&D.

Already on June 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, global experts will address the most difficult issues in social/collaborative learning and will show how to best take advantage of the opportunities:

→ Designing learning communities, the topic will be presented by Matthew Murray, Leslie Powell, and Brad Kemp – Digital Learning Design, Organizational Development, and Learning Experience experts from Google.

→ Maximizing the impact of microlearning the advice will be delivered by Hamira Riaz, VP Strategic Leadership at Volvo.

→ Collaborative learning formats in the new, remote work times, namely, how is social/collaborative learning done at Blinkist by Edward Leach, Well-being Specialist, Vilmalotta Ala-Tuuhonen, Senior People Development Specialist and Anna-Lisa Obermann, Director of People & Workplace in the company.

→ Lifelong/continuous learning, namely, how to practice it in simple steps. The keynote will be presented by Sylwia Górska-Przytulska, Global Learning and Development Leader.

The agenda of the event also includes topics such as experiential learning, future of work and social/collaborative learning, self-determined and lifelong learning from speakers from Netguru or HCM Deck.

“In my experience, and I suppose many experts would agree, collaborative social learning is an integral part of a complementary L&D strategy. We live in times of rapidly decreasing 'expiration date' of knowledge and so it is critical that we leverage the individual and the collective team and cross-team knowledge and experience when collaborating on company outcomes,” says Dorota Piotrowska, VP of People and Organization Development at HCM Deck. “Yet many L&D professionals may feel overwhelmed by the task of redesigning the social/peer2peer, the structured and the on the job learning in the new hybrid reality. I'm sure the L&D Meetup, hosting many great experts from renowned organizations, will help L&D vested professionals take ownership of (re)designing collaborative social learning and bringing learning culture and strategy into a new, hybrid future proof level.”

The event’s format reflects one of the ingredients of successful social/collaborative learning – learning in the flow of work. The online conference will span 3 days, with 3 keynotes delivered every day, so that the participants can align their workday with the event and focus on the topics that interest them most.

The L&D Meetup #SocialCollaborativeLearning starts on June 22nd at 9:30 am CEST. Participation in the event is free of charge. Registration is available here.

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HCM Deck's platform empowers enterprise business and HR management to achieve better efficiency and ROI on talent management investments and increase employee engagement through a better experience. With HCM Deck, companies can build a culture of learning and improvement, align L&D and employee growth, scale learning and employee development, and achieve business KPIs.

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Pelagic Resources Group Extends Marketing and Investment Mandate with South Africa's Largest Greenfield Vanadium Project

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The deal is with Vanadium Resources (ASX: VR8). Pelagic's success fee will include the marketing rights for a period of 5 years for 50% of vanadium products.

Vanadium Resources (ASX:VR8)

Pelagic’s extensive network and experience in trading specialty steel presents an opportunity for VR8 to develop strategic partnerships that could advance Steelpoortdrift to its maximum potential.”

— Jurie Wessels, VR8 Chairman

SINGAPORE, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In February 2021, physical commodity trader Pelagic Resources Pte Ltd (“Pelagic”) renewed their initial marketing and investment agreement with ASX-listed Vanadium Resources Limited (ASX: VR8) signed in August 2020.

According to Dinos Demetriades, CFO of Pelagic, "The rise in the vanadium price (V2O5) over the last year, coupled with a revised scoping study by VR8 has resulted in renewed interest in the Steelpoortdrift project." With respect to prices, European V2O5 concentrate prices rose from $5.5/lb in August last year to $6.3/lb in February 2021. As at 30 May 2021, prices stood at $8.1/lb and is still showing signs of an upward trajectory. {1}

Steelpoortdrift's most recent Scoping Study, published in March 2021, estimates an after-tax NPV of between $359 million and $401 million at an assumed vanadium price of $6.95/lb, well below the current price of over $8/lb. Furthermore, the project has a JORC Resource of 662 Mt at a grade of 0.77% V2O5, which makes it the largest potential vanadium mine in Africa. The management teams of VR8 and Pelagic are jointly exploring various strategic partnerships for the development of the project and eventual advancement of Steelpoortdrift into production.

Further Reading:
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Source:
{1} https://www.vanadiumprice.com/

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Solid-state battery with 50% better environmental balance on short way to series production

Battery cell passes basic functionality tests. Production line of 200 MWh on the way to Gigafactory. Game changer and technology leader in battery industry.

TEUFEN / ST. GALLEN, APPENZELL AUSSERRHODEN, SCHWEIZ, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — An important milestone has been reached: The company High Performance Battery (HPB) has developed the world's first solid-state battery whose core – unlike all other solid-state battery projects – is the result of a chemical reaction within the battery. Whereas solid ion conductors are usually inserted into the battery as prefabricated parts, the HPB solid ion conductor is first created in the battery cell, similar to a "two-component glue". As a result, this technology elegantly solves significant hurdles for the series production of solid-state batteries as a possible successor technology to lithium-ion batteries.

The list of positive features of the HPB solid-state battery is long: The innovative battery technology of the High Performance Battery has an extremely long service life without loss of performance at almost constant capacity. Furthermore, the solid state battery is resistant to deep discharge and fast charging, the solid ion conductor is non-flammable and thus safe to use. In addition, the new technology has a 50 percent improved environmental balance compared to conventional lithium-ion batteries and does not require the controversial raw material cobalt. The innovative battery cell has already proven its basic functionality in initial tests.

Reliable storage technology for successful applications:

The new battery technology from High Performance Battery serves a broad field of applications: it has a high potential to be used in e-mobility – on land, on water and in the air – in the future. In particular, it is suitable for domestic energy supply and the intermediate storage of volatile electricity.
Market development is also unconventional: HBP grants licences to producers and users for attractive market segments. The production start of the first production line of 200 megawatt hours is planned for 2023. The modular structure of the production is intended to enable short-term entry and easy scaling to gigafactory level.

Environmentally friendly solid-state battery on the way to becoming a technology leader:

"The development of the solid-state battery is a great success for the energy industry and eMobility. The establishment of the first production offers the opportunity to position ourselves as a technology leader on the global market. In addition to selling the licences and preparing for the start of production, we are continuing to optimise the battery cell in terms of size and capacity," says Dr Thomas Lützenrath, COO of High Performance Battery.

High Performance Battery was founded in 2015 and is specialised in the research and development of high-tech rechargeable batteries with a unique combination of performance data: durable, non-flammable, deep discharge resistant, almost constant capacity with almost constant internal resistance, without raw material bottleneck, free of cobalt and with significantly better environmental effects than conventional lithium-ion batteries.

www.HighPerformanceBattery.ch/eng

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Climedec Technology Uses Seawater Desalination Discharge for Hydrogen Storage and Manufacturing CO2 Containing Products

SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Technologists at Pact Renewables Pty Ltd have developed a unique zero waste technology platform that uses minerals and metals recovered from reject brine of seawater desalination plants for solid-state storage of hydrogen energy and beneficial use of carbon dioxide for the manufacture of degradable products in an integrated process loop. The technology, known as Climedec, offers the potential to facilitate global efforts to transition from a fossil fuel to a hydrogen economy.

Climedec is driven by a proven saline water and wastewater processing core technology, developed by Dr Aharon Arakel and his team which was piloted at several sites, publicly demonstrated and first licensed in 2000. The technology development efforts have also heavily benefited from Dr Arakel’s involvement in global carbon capture and storage (CCS) as well as hydrogen storage technology development projects. Since the inception of the project, the core technology has undergone substantial improvements and is now integrated with complementary technologies which collectively comprise the Climedec technology platform. These complementary technologies enable production of high purity magnesium metal for safe storage of hydrogen energy, specialty potash salts for use in the manufacture of alkaline fuel cells, and integrated production of high purity water in a solar membrane distillation process for use in hydrogen electrolysers. Other proprietary technologies of the platform enable production of mineral-based composites that, once reacted with carbon dioxide (CO2), produce specialised feedstock materials for the manufacture of a wide range of degradable industrial and agricultural products, and consumer goods.

Central to this enabling technology is the beneficial use of massive volumes of reject brines from numerous seawater desalination plants around the globe and CO2 gas from future CCS projects in scalable closed-loop production facilities, using conventional mineral processing equipment.

Aharon Arakel, the director and chief technologist of Pact Renewables said, “Through extensive process and product trials over several years we have confirmed that CO2 gas, when reacted with our proprietary mineral based composites, can produce functional feedstock materials for manufacturing wide-ranging industrial/agricultural products and consumer goods. Interestingly, these products perform equally or even better than their plastic-based counterparts, and being degradable, they eliminate the need for landfilling or incineration after their useful life. More importantly, our feedstock materials are highly flexible, whilst being dimensionally stable, thus they offer enormous opportunities for product design rethinking in order to conform with stringent Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) guidelines being introduced globally.”

Dr Arakel went on to say, “Our technology addresses three challenges facing mankind for timely transition from a fossil fuel to a hydrogen economy. Firstly, seawater is an infinite source of metals and minerals which would otherwise need to be extracted from mines with limited reserves. Secondly, the options for solid storage of hydrogen energy and incorporating CO2 from future capture processes in useful products is increasingly being recognised globally as a sustainable approach for decarbonising the climate. Finally, almost 3 billion people experience some form of water scarcity and seawater desalination is expected to grow to fill the water shortage. Using brine discharge from desalination provides both a source of metals and minerals and a means to reduce negative environmental impacts on coastal ecosystems.

Dr Arakel went on to conclude, “We are very pleased with our progress with developing Climedec as a sustainable technology with measurable impactful outcomes, and are currently assessing the application of the technology for large-scale carbon farming. We will soon commence seeking strategic partners to accelerate further development and demonstration of this technology platform for commercial deployment. We are keen to partner with organisations having a strong drive to address the impacts of climate change and vested interest in renewable energy and water supply who can provide us with a powerful voice and guide our efforts in turning Climedec into a viable tool for climate decarbonisation.”

About Pact Renewables Pty Ltd

Pact Renewables is a private company with a business focus on developing sustainable environmental technologies with impactful outcomes. The Company is at the forefront of waste-to-product technologies for value adding and waste minimisation. Based in Sydney, Australia, Pact Renewables is actively participating in eco-innovation as a pillar of sustainable development by leveraging its IP capital and technical expertise for pursuing selected technology development and commercialisation opportunities through various partnership arrangements.

Aharon Arakel
Pact Renewables Pty Ltd
+61 2 9484 4274
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Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa Offers 3rd Party Quality Control Management and Onsite Quality Control Management

Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa 229 S. 85th St. Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 462-6677

Industrial and Commercial Site Quality Control Management Services

Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa 229 S. 85th St. Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 462-6677

Industrial and Commercial Site Quality Control Management Services

Site QCM - Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa 229 S. 85th St. Mesa, AZ 85208 (480) 462-6677

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Attention General Contractors, Owner Representatives, and EPCs. Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa now offers Site QCM and 3rd Party QA Management Services

MESA, AZ, UNITED STATES, May 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Our team of quality management professionals monitors the process in real-time.

This ensures the safety and quality of your products. Industrial site quality management is important to protect your business from potential industrial disasters.

The Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa quality management team monitors all production including pre-production, in-process control, post-process monitoring, and inspection as well as final site punch list inspections. The team will go through every step of the process with meticulous care ensuring that our clients are satisfied with their product throughout the entire process and beyond! These site quality professionals handle all of the Industrial Site Quality Management needs for EPC's, General Contractors, and Subcontractors for all types of power generation station projects, mine site operations and expansions, chemical facilities, new building construction, shipyard projects, refinery turnarounds or expansions, oil field projects, holding tank installations and projects, water tower projects, AWWA water projects, ASME piping systems, and boiler repair and installations. A tailored service plan to monitor each stage of the project is provided to meet virtually any Industrial Site Quality Management need.

Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa has industrial and commercial quality control turnover or dossier documentation experience within welding, mechanical inspections, structural inspections, civil, and electrical inspection disciplines. The construction quality assurance team interfaces with production management to help prevent major issues before they arise. When risks become high, the team provides mitigation plans and recommendations in advance. With a proactive approach to quality control management, we work with suppliers and vendors on the planning process as well as daily communication.

The Industrial Welding Inspection of Mesa's construction site quality manager should be in your line of defense against disaster, stay ahead of risk by monitoring production for potential hazards, and notify clients before major issues develop during or after construction is complete. Quality assurance teams perform real-time checks throughout the project's lifespan so that everything goes smoothly from start to finish–which means increased safety and peace of mind for everyone involved. Now accepting inquires for upcoming projects in Arizona.

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Kaymera Technologies to introduce Revolutionary Mobile Security Solutions at GISEC 2021 in Dubai

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Kaymera Technologies, a leading provider of enterprise-ready encrypted mobile communications solutions is coming to GISEC 2021, Dubai.

We’re thrilled to bring our Kaymera to the heart of Arab business world, we have a lot to offer to the industry and are looking forward to cooperation with the leading minds of GISEC 2021”

— Oshri Asher, Kaymera CEO

HERZELIYA, MERKAZ, ISRAEL, May 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Leading mobile security platform, Kaymera, confirmed today its participation at the GISEC 2021 in Dubai. The event will take place in the Dubai World Trade Center between May 31st and June 2nd, 2021, and is rightfully considered to be one of the most significant cybersecurity shows.

As providers of the first fully enterprise-ready mobile security solution, Kaymera deploys the highest level of encryption to keep business and personal identity data safe from hackers. The solution marries the premium usability features of high-end off the shelf mobile devices like the Pixel 4a XL and 5G models, with a custom-built OS to protect user data and maintain functionality. The result includes all the advanced features and apps customers are used to in their phones without the risk of data being compromised.

The GISEC 2021 is the Arab world's largest regional showcase of cybersecurity solutions, which attracts the attention of world’s leading security providers and representatives of international enterprises. This year GISEC is hosting 150+ cybersecurity brands, 200+ industry thought leaders & speakers who will talk about the latest developments in the global security situation, while opening floor to discussion of the insights and ideas to tackle the hurdles of cyber in the most critical industries: governmental and military sectors, healthcare, banking and finance, telcom, energy and utilities.

Oshri Asher, Kaymera’s CEO and former Head of The Cyber Security Department at the Israeli Prime Minister's office, commented that, “We’re thrilled to bring our technology to the heart of Arab business world, especially during the times of political and economical uncertainty. I’m sure that Kaymera has a lot to offer to the industry and am looking forward to cooperating with the leading minds of GISEC both from the business and technology side.”

While in GISEC 2021 in Dubai, take the time to stop by the BOOTH #SS1-D3 to speak with Kaymera’s team and find out more about a completely new approach to mobile security.

About Kaymera Technologies

Kaymera is a leading mobile security solutions provider that strives to protect companies and individuals from costly and damaging cyber attacks. Founded in 2013, the company offers a comprehensive modular mobile security solution to business owners, enterprise level organizations, and individuals. Headquartered in Herzliya, Israel, Kaymera serves +100K clients in more than 40 countries.
Kaymera creates a whole new concept of data and identity protection. The company puts privacy first by preventing damaging cyber attacks that could expose and exploit sensitive information having to do with personal identity or confidential business records. Solution’s most common use cases are:

CIOs and CISOs – e the decision makers in adopting organization-wide security solutions and policies. Kaymera provides these high-level professionals with tools and solutions to help them protect organizational data and guard employees' communication security.

C-Suite Executives B2B2C – Senior executives who have access to all of the company's confidential data – finances, deals, strategic documents, client data, etc. Kaymera is the best in protecting them during strategic negotiations, and making sure their devices are staying protected, keeping sensitive data inaccessible to third parties, competitors and hackers.

Politicians and Government Officials – From the Federal government, down to local municipalities, the world of government and politics is highly volatile and sensitive. It’s needless to say that plans, reports, memos, documents, and other sensitive data often stored on mobile devices must be protected, and Kaymera helps to reach this goal.

Activists and Journalists – The inherent nature of the work of activists and journalists requires total security. Both groups hold troves of sensitive data on their devices, which, if compromised, can negatively impact their work and put people and goals in jeopardy.

SMB Owners – Business owners tend to hold lots of sensitive data on their mobile devices, like lists of vendors, prices, pricing strategy, client personal and financial information, and so much more. Very real issues such as corporate espionage means that SMB owners need to proactively secure the data they carry around in their pockets.

Frequent Travelers – Traveling for business–and for pleasure as well–often entails connecting to Wi-Fi networks in hotels and other public areas. But public Wi-Fi makes it easy to pull off very damaging attacks, which can massively compromise sensitive data on devices.

The product line now includes a wide variety of fully encrypted Google Pixel phones with advanced security features like Chameleon Mode, Panic mode, Semi-secure calls and more, while also providing a Secure Messenger application for business and private clients with an ability to manage devices and apps in the cloud or on-premises depending on the customer’s needs.

For more information about Kaymera Technologies, please visit www.kaymera.com

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Dietsmann to sponsor MissionH24 program, introducing electric-hydrogen-powered prototypes in Le Mans race

Top view of the MissionH24 race car

Top view of the MissionH24 race car

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Top angle view of the MissionH24 race car

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Three-quarter front view of the MissionH24 race car

Energy Maintenance specialist Dietsmann signs sponsorship with MissionH24 program, introducing electric-hydrogen-powered prototypes in Le Mans race.

We consider our sponsorship of MissionH24 highly relevant to our role in the energy industry.”

— Peter Kutemann, founder & CEO of Dietsmann

BREDA, THE NETHERLANDS, May 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Independent maintenance specialist Dietsmann reinforces its commitment to sustainability in the energy sector. The company has been a pioneer of predictive maintenance, a means to save costs and minimize the environmental impact of industrial facilities. Besides investing in Sustainable Maintenance to conventional production plant, Dietsmann is actively expanding into renewable energies; a strategy underlined this week by a sponsorship agreement with MissionH24, a program preparing for the introduction of electric-hydrogen-powered prototypes in the 24-hours race of Le Mans.

Peter Kutemann, founder & CEO of Dietsmann, sees the Le Mans endurance race as the perfect metaphor for the company's advanced maintenance strategies: “We consider it highly relevant to our role in the energy industry. We are a pioneering company, continuously adapting to the evolution of the energy sector with the ultimate goal to stay in the race, no matter what. The Mission H24 sponsorship for a sustainably powered endurance race car fits that picture perfectly. It is also a logical next step in our long history of motorsport sponsoring, to be actively involved in developing hydrogen as an important clean mobility energy source.”

Jean-Michel Bouresche, MissionH24 Operations Manager, expressed his enthusiasm for this new sponsoring, saying that “as an engineering front runner in the energy sector, Dietsmann is a company that, like us, works to build the world of tomorrow. By joining us, Dietsmann is sending a strong message: together we are working on the energy transition, social and environmental responsibility.”

The MissionH24 sponsorship demonstrates Dietsmann's consistent leadership and dedication to sustainable maintenance. The company has been a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact since 2011 and integrated the Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) Criteria in 2020. With its coordination office based in Monaco, Dietsmann also recently joined the Principality's National Pact for Energy Transition, a program which acts on Monaco’s three main carbon themes: mobility, waste and energy.

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Notes to the editor

Dietsmann, a privately-owned Dutch multi-local company, is a global front runner in Advanced Predictive Maintenance for the energy industry. Serving some of the world's leading energy and mining companies in the world, the company sees Robotics and Big Data as crucial instruments in optimizing production, safety and reducing emissions in the environment. Therefore, Dietsmann is investing in the digitalisation of maintenance to lead the way towards smart Operation & Maintenance of tomorrow.

MissionH24 is a program developed by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, the organizer of the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, and GreenGT, specialist of high-power electric-hydrogen solutions, especially regarding vehicles propulsion. MissionH24 is preparing for the introduction of a category reserved to electric-hydrogen prototypes during the 24 Hours of Le Mans race 2024. MissionH24 is led by Pierre Fillon, President of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, and Christophe Ricard, President of GreenGT.

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MissionH24 sponsorship statement by Peter Kutemann, founder & CEO of Dietsmann


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Dietsmann sponsorise MissionH24, programme préparant l’introduction de prototypes électriques-hydrogène aux 24h du Mans

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Vue du dessus de la voiture de course MissionH24

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Vue trois-quart du devant de la voiture de course de MissionH24

Dietsmann sponsorise le programme MissionH24 qui prépare l’arrivée des prototypes de course électriques-hydrogène aux 24 Heures du Mans.

Nous considérons le sponsoring de MissionH24 est d’une grande pertinence pour notre rôle dans le secteur de l’énergie.”

— Peter Kutemann, fondateur & PDG de Dietsmann

MONACO, May 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — En tant que spécialiste indépendant en maintenance, Dietsmann renforce son engagement en faveur de la durabilité dans le secteur énergétique. L’entreprise fut pionnière en maintenance prédictive, un moyen de minimiser les coûts et l’impact environnemental des installations industrielles. En plus d’investir dans la Maintenance Durable pour les centrales de production d’énergie, Dietsmann étend ses activités dans le secteur des énergies renouvelables. Une stratégie soulignée cette semaine par la signature d’un contrat de sponsoring avec MissionH24, le programme qui prépare l’arrivée des prototypes électriques-hydrogène aux 24 Heures du Mans en 2024.

Peter Kutemann, fondateur & PDG de Dietsmann, considère la voiture de course du Mans comme étant la parfaite métaphore des stratégies de maintenance avancées de l’entreprise: « Nous considérons qu’elle est d’une grande pertinence pour notre rôle dans le secteur de l’énergie. Nous sommes une entreprise pionnière. Nous nous adaptons constamment à l’évolution du secteur de l’énergie avec l’objectif ultime de rester dans la course, quoi qu’il en coûte. Le contrat de sponsoring avec MissionH24 pour une voiture de course motorisée durablement correspond parfaitement à cette vision. Être impliqué dans le développement de l’hydrogène en tant que source d’énergie propre pour la mobilité est aussi la prochaine étape logique dans notre longue histoire de sponsoring des sports automobiles. »

Jean-Michel Bouresche, Responsable des Opérations de MissionH24, a exprimé son enthousiasme pour ce nouveau sponsoring, en disant « qu’en tant qu’acteur de pointe de l'ingénierie dans l'ensemble du secteur énergétique, Dietsmann est une société qui travaille au quotidien, comme nous, à construire le monde de demain. En nous rejoignant, Dietsmann adresse un signal fort : ensemble nous contribuons à la transition énergétique, la responsabilité sociale et environnementale. »

Le contrat de sponsoring avec MissionH24 démontre l’engagement constant de Dietsmann en faveur de la maintenance durable. L’entreprise est signataire du Pacte Mondial des Nations Unies depuis 2011 et a intégré les critères environnementaux, sociaux et de gouvernance d’entreprise en 2020.
Avec son bureau de coordination basé à Monaco, Dietsmann a récemment rejoint le Pacte National pour la Transition Energétique de la Principauté, un dispositif d’engagement centré autour de trois axes : la mobilité, les déchets et l’énergie.

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Notes pour le rédacteur

Dietsmann, entreprise hollandaise privée multi-locale, est l'un des précurseurs mondiaux de la Maintenance Prédictive Avancée dans l'industrie de l'énergie. Elle a pour clients quelques-unes des plus importantes entreprises du secteur. Le Groupe considère la robotique, l'analyse des mégadonnées ainsi que l'ingénierie de maintenance comme étant des instruments cruciaux pour l'optimisation de la production et de la sécurité ainsi que pour la réduction des émissions dans l'environnement. Ainsi, Dietsmann investit dans la digitalisation de la maintenance afin d’ouvrir la voie vers l’Opération & la Maintenance Intelligente de demain.

MissionH24 est un programme développé conjointement par l’Automobile Club de l’Ouest, organisateur des 24 Heures du Mans, et GreenGT, spécialiste des solutions électriques-hydrogène de forte puissance, notamment en matière de propulsion de véhicules. MissionH24 prépare l’introduction d’une catégorie réservée aux prototypes électriques-hydrogène lors des 24 Heures du Mans 2024. MissionH24 est conjointement dirigée par Pierre Fillon, Président de l’Automobile Club de l’Ouest, et Christophe Ricard, Président de GreenGT.

Solène Baqué
Dietsmann Monte-Carlo
+377 93 10 10 10
email us here


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