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ICC 2020 is Going Digital Doug Dudley Wed, 05/06/2020 - 12:11
Due to the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19, the Ignition Community Conference will not be held as a physical event this year. Instead, Inductive Automation will host a more streamlined, totally digital version of the ICC on September 15, 2020, on our conference website (link). This year’s virtual ICC will include the keynote address from Inductive Automation’s leadership team, a live-streamed panel discussion with our VP of technology and director of software engineering, video case studies of many amazing real-world Ignition projects, and several short presentations from experts and thought leaders from around the Ignition community, all for free!
Ignition 8.0.11: New Perspective Features, Scripts UI, Gateway-Level Audits Paul Scott Tue, 04/14/2020 - 16:00
Even during this tumultuous time, the Ignition release train continues to steam ahead, bringing new features and updates to the Ignition platform. In Ignition 8.0.11, we added two new features in Perspective, a feature to help troubleshoot scripting, and the ability to audit changes on the Gateway level.
Ignition 8.0.8: HTTP Header Changes, Auditing Updates, Perspective Alarm Journal & More Paul Scott Wed, 02/12/2020 - 10:33
The first Ignition release-train version of 2020 has arrived. Ignition 8.0.8 is here carrying a full cargo of community-requested updates and fixes, plus a new feature that should be a pleasant surprise to many of you. As usual, there are too many updates to mention in one blog post, but I’ll cover the highlights below.
IA Targeted in Ethical Hacking Competition: What You Need to Know Carl Gould and… Wed, 01/29/2020 - 14:11
Last week the latest edition of the Pwn2Own hacking competition was held during the S4 security conference in Miami. The Zero Day Initiative, which hosts the competitions, aims to increase security awareness by promoting the ethical disclosure of software security vulnerabilities. By hosting exciting events with large cash prizes, the ZDI attracts some of the best security researchers and white-hat hackers in the world to participate.