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Month: May 2014

Court Throws Out Energy Saving Rule

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In a 2-1 decision with potentially broad ramifications for power markets, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit has overturned the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s rule requiring ISO and RTOs to pay electricity consumers for “demand response,” that is, to pay them for reducing their electric usage during certain periods. The case was brought by…

Coming soon: RSBY for all in India

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It is great to see that the new Health Minister Harsh Vardhan is starting to be an advocate of RSBY. RSBY currently covers 37 million families within India with a fully portable, biometric linked health insurance smart card that covers up to a family of 5 with hospitalization coverage and so much more. The program…

Civergy, names Dan Hollenbach as Chief Financial Officer

Civergy, Inc. is pleased to announce that Dan Hollenbach, CPA, CGMA, has been appointed Chief Financial Officer starting May, 2014. Dan’s primary focus will be to lead the financial integration of the Civergy family of companies as they move toward building an organization that provides a range of critical services and indispensable products – from…

Aadhaar the most used ID for voting in Hydrabad

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More interesting is that Aadhaar is the most prolific ID shown for voter proof even more so then the voter ID card. With 650 million Aadhaar issued and millions of rupees being directly transferred to accounts per month. The Bombay High Court on April 16 directed the Maharashtra government to facilitate the bank account opening of…

Verizon Publishes 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report

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In 2012, the Verizon Data Breach report along with Mandiant (now FireEye) APT1 report (http://intelreport.mandiant.com/). found that geopolitical and foreign nation attacks were on the rise. There was a real threat to businesses and organization causing financial loss, intellectual property compromise, and destabilization in business and brand worthiness. Things have changed in this new Data Breach report. In the…

Heartbleed effects SCADA systems

As if there weren’t a sufficient number of things to worry about related to the Heartbleed vulnerability disclosed earlier this month, you can now add this to the list: Many of the world’s computers used to control and manage heavy industrial equipment, electric grids, water distribution and other industrial control systems may be vulnerable, too. The good news…

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