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5 Reads - Articles for the Automation Pro
Interesting reads for Friday and the rest of the weekend for the automation professional.
June 01, 2012 | By
1. What Does the new Flame Malware Mean for Industrial Engineers?
So what does all this new malware mean to the average control engineer?
Source: Tofino Security
Car manufacturers leading the way...
New product avoid code, allows for configuration instead.
How will thin computing and the cloud work together?
Interesting idea: A plan via the White House to target service members and manufacturing.
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