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    • How to Architect “Zero Trust” Network Segmentation in Industrial Control Systems
      How to Architect “Zero Trust” Network Segmentation in Industrial Control Systems Lionel Jacobs, Sr & Del Rodillas, Palo Alto Networks | Information Security Architect, Major Food & Beverage Manufacturer Recorded: Nov 17 2015 5:00 pm UTC 64 mins
    • ICS environments are typically “flat”, designed with a rudimentary security posture never intended to be connected to the corporate network nor the Internet for that matter. The trend towards connectedness persists and this, along with the rising ICS threat landscape has made ICS a prime target for cyberattacks. Stronger access controls are critical for managing the different attack surfaces.

      During this webinar you will hear from several ICS Networking and Security expert practitioners on how this connectedness can be securely and easily achieved:

      · What “Zero Trust” is, how it scales, and why you would want to deploy this in your ICS along with the idea of positive enforcement for your security policies.
      · How to bolster your network visibility and segmentation without having to do a “forklift” overhaul and reconfiguration of your existing infrastructure.
      · How the Palo Alto Networks platform can help you realize these concepts in a systematic, organized, and minimally disruptive way.


      Speakers:
      Lionel Jacobs, Sr. ICS Security Architect, Palo Alto Networks
      Information Security Architect, Major Food & Beverage Manufacturer
      Del Rodillas, Solution Lead for ICS & SCADA, Palo Alto Networks

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    • Pumps in European Food and Beverage Industry: Aligning Obligation
      Pumps in European Food and Beverage Industry: Aligning Obligation Niranjan Paul, Research Analyst Frost & Sullivan Recorded: May 3 2013 12:30 pm UTC 19 mins
    • The European pumps market for the food and beverage industry witnessed a nominal growth in 2012. An increase in growth is expected over the next five years; the outlook for 2013-14 is likely to mirror the situation in 2012 due to the impact of the sovereign debt crisis in Europe. Centrifugal pumps have the bigger share of the market, but positive displacement pumps are likely to witness higher growth. Increasing consumer preference for convenience food is expected to be a key driver for the growth of the pumps market in the processed food segment. The increasing consumer awareness on the health and safety aspects of food products is expected to increase the emphasis on the hygienic aspects of the pumps during the forecast period and beyond.

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    • Energy & Sustainability - reducing operating costs & boosting profit margins
      Energy & Sustainability - reducing operating costs & boosting profit margins Mark Staples Recorded: Apr 2 2014 9:00 am UTC 61 mins
    • Energy and Sustainability Management in the Food and Beverage environment, reducing your Operating Costs, to Boost your Profit Margins.

      Compared to other industries, the Food and Beverage (F&B) industry leads the way in terms of the development and deployment of sustainability programmes. F&B manufacturers have improved the efficiency of their facilities, invested in renewable energy, and managed the sustainability of their supply chains in order to lower the impact on the environment. The F&B industry has met the requirements of global and local legislation, and leads all sectors in sustainability disclosure.

      However, with persistent global resource shortages and increasing energy and commodity prices, tougher governmental regulations will be enforced and customers will demand increased transparency of F&B operations. It is estimated that 10% of the world’s emissions come from manufacturing, and that a 26% improvement potential exists for manufacturing firms worldwide.

      This Webinar, recommends an integrated Sustainability and Energy Management programme resulting in reduced costs, increased profitability, lower carbon emissions, mitigated risk and improved corporate image for F&B organisations.

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    • Water Neutrality:Global Water Stewardship for Largest Beverage Co
      Water Neutrality:Global Water Stewardship for Largest Beverage Co Denise Knight, The Coca-Cola Company Recorded: Apr 21 2010 3:00 pm UTC 40 mins
    • Water is the main ingredient in all of The Coca-Cola Company's beverages and is essential to its manufacturing processes. Water also has broad implications for the company’s supply chain as a key component in the production of sugar, citrus, coffee and other ingredients. It is also vital to the sustainability of the communities that the company serves. Reducing water scarcity, enhancing water quality and addressing the water needs of local communities are direct and vital business concerns.

      Over the last ten years, the company's evolution in water stewardship has been significant: from a major reputation crisis in 2002 involving communities and government authorities in southern India to a 2007 call for corporate “water neutrality,” TCCC has developed and continues to evolve one of the more sophisticated water stewardship programs in the private sector.

      However, true sustainability as it relates to water will involve more than “neutralizing” the volume of water that the company uses. This is because fluctuations in the amount and quality of water available to a given community or ecosystem play an important role in sustaining the diversity and proper functioning of river ecosystems and watersheds.

      This presentation will profile Coca-Cola's experience over the past ten years providing a glimpse into the company’s commitments and an appreciation of the complexity of true water stewardship:

      • Plant performance (water use efficiency, water quality, wastewater treatment)
      • Watershed protection (source assessment and protection)
      • Sustainable communities (helping enable access to clean drinking water and sanitation)
      • Global awareness and action (helping mobilize the international community to drive global awareness and action to address water challenges)

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    • Visionary Outlook of the Global Food & Agriculture Sector
      Visionary Outlook of the Global Food & Agriculture Sector Senior Research Analysts, Tosin Jack and Christopher Shanahan Recorded: Jul 15 2015 3:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • In the 21st century, the primary challenge facing the entire global food & agriculture industry sector will be ensuring that it is intact into the 22nd century. Three themes emerge from the key challenges facing the food and agricultural industry sector that companies need to know in order to be successful in this market space today and tomorrow:

      - Resource efficiency
      - Changes to the socio-economic environment
      - Freedom food and enhanced nutrition and health

      This analyst briefing will argue that companies with a truly global market and product strategy, a focus on health and wellness, and adoption of an environmentally and socially responsible sustainability strategy will come out on top and be global leaders of the food and agriculture value chain. Join Frost & Sullivan as we present an assessment of the current trends and predictions expected to impact the global food and beverage market and enabling industries in 2015 and beyond.

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    • The Best Food & Wine Pairings For 2008
      The Best Food & Wine Pairings For 2008 Michael Walsh - CEO and Publisher of Food & Beverage International Recorded: Dec 19 2008 9:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Join internationally renown Food & Wine expert, speaker, writer and storyteller, as well as the CEO and Publisher of Food & Beverage International, Michael Walsh, for a tasty and tempting review of: The Best Food & Wine Pairings of 2008.

      Besides be given the secrets to this holiday's greatest dinner combinations, you may pick up a few valuable merchandising tips as Mike has developed powerful in-store cross-merchandising programs that included Toy Wars, and The World’s Largest Chocolate Chip Cookie, utilizing in store mediums, such as grocery bags, and in store television.

      He has not only produced for both television and radio but is also a radio talk show guest host.

      Michael is an active food, wine and travel writer/photographer. Many of his stories can be found in Food&Beverage International, as well as California the Magazine. He currently serves on the advisory board of Great Wines International, and directs the tasting advisory board for Food&Beverage International, and www.fbworld.com.

      Join Mike for the "Perfect Presentation" before the holidays, and don't forget to invite your Food and Wine Loving friends.

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    • Speed to Market - Value-Added Packaging Series
      Speed to Market - Value-Added Packaging Series Martin Johnson, Sr. Director of Technology, Jabil Packaging Solutions Recorded: Feb 28 2017 4:35 pm UTC 67 mins
    • New product introduction (NPI) is important and expensive. It’s also slow as molasses if you don’t have the right tools and processes. In fact, the ability to get products to market faster is cited as one of the most important decision criteria for choosing a packaging supplier, second only to pricing!

      Food & Beverage? Industrial? Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG)? Consumer Health and Beauty? No matter the segment, we're sharing the secrets to accelerated innovation: platform design and modular tooling, as well as connecting and overlapping phases of the development cycle to eliminate stop gaps. Add to that technological possibilities from 3D / additive manufacturing and digital prototyping and you could see the months melt away.

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    • Australian Precision Agriculture Market, Forecast to 2020
      Australian Precision Agriculture Market, Forecast to 2020 Dev Anand Dorasamy, Consultant, ANZ, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Apr 3 2017 1:00 am UTC 19 mins
    • The global precision agriculture market is currently at a nascent stage of growth. With the rise of tech-savvy Gen Y and millennial farmers, as well as the need for increased cost efficiencies associated with climate change, including water management and pollution control, Frost & Sullivan anticipates a substantial increase in precision agriculture over the next five years. Markets such as North America and Australia will see the biggest boost.

      Why You Must Attend:

      · Understand the key technologies impacting the precision agriculture market in Australia.
      · Discover what is driving growth in this sector and where the opportunities will be in the next five years.
      · Find out the challenges facing this market in Australia.

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    • Innovations Contributing to the Overall Growth of Smart Agriculture Technology
      Innovations Contributing to the Overall Growth of Smart Agriculture Technology Chris Shanahan, Global Director, Agriculture & Nutrition, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Mar 8 2017 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The global agriculture sector has encountered challenges with the lack of adequate food for the growing malnourished population, the continued radical decrease in the areas of global arable land, and a dearth of technology that supports increased productivity and reduced labor dependency. These challenges are being addressed by integrating farming with technologies that provide decision support systems, effective farm monitoring, crop management, improved farm household income and farm output, and an overall improvement in the efficiency of the agricultural system. Critical factors for successfully exploiting opportunities in the smart agriculture sector include providing a means to enable continuous monitoring, enabling real-time data collection, increasing automation of crop cultivation and livestock production systems, and effectively demonstrating increased farmer return on investment.

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    • How mobile apps transformed field sales effectiveness at RNDC
      How mobile apps transformed field sales effectiveness at RNDC Bill Smith, Director of Sales Quality Assurance Recorded: Aug 26 2015 6:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    • In 2014 RNDC, the second largest wholesaler of alcoholic beverages in the US, built a suite of Sales Force Automation tools that would transform the way their field sales force went to market. Their focus was to drive sales success by increasing the sales rep’s effectiveness on each sales call, delivering higher customer satisfaction with the sales process and information.

      RNDC's challenges were:
      Provide best-in-class information technology that outpaces their competitors and creates a significant point of difference
      Keep pace with emerging technologies
      Build mobile solutions focused on Sales Force Automation
      Standardize wherever possible and drive utilization

      In this presentation, Bill Smith, Director of Sales Quality Assurance, will discuss how sales leadership and BI developers, working with MicroStrategy Mobile technology, developed best-in-class mobile applications, delivering real-time analytics to the field sales teams at RNDC.

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