Communications play a crucial role in the event of an emergency, such as natural disasters including hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, or pandemics. First responders, mobile command posts, and remote emergency shelters must have reliable and secure communications for operational effectiveness. Building a mission-critical communication system can ensure rapid and safe health services within the hospitals, and in remote areas can help in minimizing the fallout due to the disaster.

Mining companies face several challenges, including ensuring safety for workers, increasing efficiency, sustainability, and reducing costs. Wireless connectivity has the potential to increase safety and efficiency in mining operations by collecting and analyzing tracking data on the performance of vehicles, equipment, and workforce, in addition to remote monitoring of equipment, which can detect issues before they cause major problems.

A web application firewall (WAF) is a security platform that helps protect web applications from a range of attacks by monitoring and filtering incoming and outgoing HTTP/HTTPS traffic between a web application and the internet. The WAF is designed to operate at the application layer and uses a set of rules to identify and block malicious traffic before it reaches the application.

Driven by business benefits from richer real-time information sharing, analysis, and responses, the integration of IT and OT is a well-established trend, however operational technology (OT) security is still often overlooked. Many organizations are shifting towards the Zero Trust security model to strengthen their respective network security and improve cyber resilience across industries.

The maritime industry is increasing relying on stable and secured internet connectivity onboard cruise ships and yachts for a variety of internal and external communications such as VoIP, broadband Internet, asset tracking, entertainment and more.

Along with other industries, the maritime industry is rapidly evolving and the latest technologies are revolutionizing the way cruise ships and yachts operate. Current maritime internet at sea maybe expensive and slow, while cruise ships have generally gotten a bad reputation for offering travelers slow and expensive Wi-Fi on board. However, the maritime industry's appetite for data bandwidth is growing and there are some advantages, but also some drawbacks to consider for satellite-based maritime internet.

As cities are becoming both digital and smart, communication has become the fifth core infrastructure network after water, electricity, gas, and transportation. To keep up with the demand for bandwidth generated by consumers and applications, service providers and network operators need to optimize the performance and scaling of their existing networking architectures while generating innovative and cost-effective ways to deliver the services.

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