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Dos and don’ts for building an effective ICS security program
For security teams, monitoring the security status of an IT network is common practice, while the routers, ...
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Flooding and Utility Structures: What you need to know
Utility companies are faced with serious challenges in keeping the power on, protecting their facilities, and reinstating services after big storms.
What is the Hanford Site, and how is Leidos 'moving it forward?'
Spectators of the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup victory parade likely saw the team’s ice resurfacer, which proudly displays our logo and a message about our important work on the Hanford Site.
Texas Power Market Heats Up, Along with Risks
In short, it is a time of great opportunity but rapidly increasing risk for developers and investors in power generation in the ERCOT market.
How Energy Efficiency Saved Pacific Ethanol Nearly $300K Annually
These incentives quickly add up, and one Ameren Illinois customer was able to realize nearly $300,000 in annual savings by installing VFDs using the utility’s incentive program.
No- or Low-Cost Improvements: Energy Efficiency at Blessing Hospital
Healthcare facilities are one of the top five energy-consuming commercial building types, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Leidos Receives Patent for AMPLIFY Energy Efficiency Tool
Leidos developed AMPLIFY™ -- a tool that enables businesses to identify the energy efficiency savings that offer the best bang for their buck.
Transforming Utility Asset Management with GIS Conflation and Virtual 3D Modeling
Many utilities now rely on geographic information system (GIS) data and analytics to identify and plan for maintenance, replacement, and modernization of their aging assets.
Innovating in an age of change: A Q&A with Angela Heise
As president of our Civil group, Heise leads a team that is helping shape the infrastructure of the future for public and private sector organizations serving important missions.
Enterprise IT Overview
Leidos is a recognized leader in enterprise IT modernization. We take a user-centric approach to enterprise IT modernization that focuses on the user and the mission first and foremost.
How to overcome the system planning challenge
Through advanced distribution planning, utilities can regain control of the planning process and allocate spending to identify those areas that manage the most certain risks.
Utility Asset Management is Evolving: The Three Tools Utilities Need
Utilities are looking for technological solutions that will transform their asset management programs, allowing accurate modeling and remote investigation.
Energy Treasure Hunt Uncovers $200K in Savings
OSF HealthCare, an 11-hospital health care system serving Illinois and part of Michigan, has been committed to reducing its energy usage for almost a decade. In fact, Ameren Illinois recognized...
Impacts of NFPA 70E 2018 on Arc Flash Studies
Are you ready to comply with the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) 2018 edition of NFPA Standard 70E for electrical safety in the workplace?
Why impact studies are vital for successful DER interconnections
Leidos hosted an interactive webinar to discuss the value of performing site-specific interconnection impact studies to help ensure a successful integration of DER into an EPS.
Leidos named strong performer in the Forrester Wave: Information Security Consulting Services, Q3 2017
The Forrester Wave™: Information Security Consulting Services, Q3 2017, evaluates 15 global cybersecurity services firms to help security and risk professionals make the right choice.
Advanced situational awareness for ICS management
At the Black Hat 2017 conference in Las Vegas, Leidos gave a sneak peek at a new product for critical infrastructure customers—Arena Asset Visibility and Insights (AVI). At the Black Hat 20
Preparing Utility Infrastructure for Extreme Weather
Customer service is a valuable part of any utility business strategy. When the power goes out, customers aren't concerned with how the power will be restored - they just want it back on.
Securing critical infrastructure organizations against the next cyber breach
The cyber-attack on Ukraine power centers last December — an event that took 30 substations offline and left more than 230,000 residents without power — was a rude awakening for operators worldwide
Five pitfalls to avoid when building your insider risk program
Despite continued investments in security measures to control and monitor access to sensitive data, more organizations feel vulnerable to breaches caused by insiders
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