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by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions This past week has been one of the worst ever for “smart meters” in terms of critical news reporting and negative revelations about these devices. Clearly, things are quickly spiraling out of control worldwide in … Continue reading
This webpage provides a complete listing of the articles posted to this website, so that the website visitor can more easily browse article titles and links for possible reading without having to first display the entire article. At last count (December … Continue reading
Source: Naperville Community Television (NCTV) The Naperville Smart Meter Awareness (NSMA) group is in the news again, as a lawsuit they filed is due back in court this July.
Source: CBS 5, KPHO Broadcasting Corporation, Phoenix, AZ In the cyberworld we live in, we are constantly vulnerable. Our bank accounts and computers can easily be hacked into, but what about our electricity meters? Many utility companies are replacing aging … Continue reading
by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions “Cybersecurity. Critical, critical issue. Totally unfunded. Totally vulnerable grid infrastructure. Somebody’s going to bring it down. And then it will get funded.” Those were the words yesterday of Thomas Siebel at the Energy Thought Summit (ETS) … Continue reading