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More news from 2022
FAZ in business talk with the CEO
29 July 2022 - Hardly anyone knows AUVESY-MDT? In an interview with the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, our CEO Dr. Tim Weckerle reveals why this must and will change.
Release octoplant server 101.0.3 und versiondog 9.5.3
28 July 2022 - The new version octoplant server 101.0.3 and versiondog 9.5.3 has been completed and is available for customers to download at my.auvesy-mdt.com.
Taking Command of Data in Increasingly Complex Industrial Operations
27 July 2022 - Modern production plants deliver huge amounts of data & are characterized by high complexity. Efficient data management can provide essential support here.
Release AutoSave version 8.0
24 May 2022 - We are happy to announce the release of AutoSave v8.0. To ensure the highest level of security, you are strongly encouraged to download this latest version of AutoSave.
The octoplant software solution sets the standard for securing factory automation and optimizing the connection between OT and IT
19 April 2022 - The new software platform helps reduce production downtime and provides optimal protection against data loss through a vendor-independent backup and cyber security strategy.
AUVESY-MDT Connect 2022 on May 24-25 - Connecting 500 industry experts from around the world
04 April 2022 - The leading international trade event for automation management and production safety.
versiondog Version 9.1 Release
31 January 2022 - We endeavor to provide our customers with the best user experience and the highest quality products, which is why we continue to provide improvements to our software in the form of patches and updates.
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News from 2021
A Coordinated Disclosure Success Story
20 October 2021 - AUVESY management and engineers solved the problem by addressing the root cause of the issue by scanning its entire codebase and properly understanding the building blocks of its product to wipe out a class of vulnerabilities, rather than a one-off patching and mitigation exercise.