Keysight Releases 2021 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Report highlights company’s progress in environmental, social, and governance efforts worldwide
Press Release

SANTA ROSA, Calif., May 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Keysight Technologies, Inc.

What it Means to Work for a "Best" Company Today - One Employee's Perspective

By Michele Robinson-Pontbriand, Director Corporate Social Responsibility

Recently, Keysight was named one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For. Ranking at number 46 on the list publicly validates what employees of the company have known all along — Keysight is a great company to be a part of! And while recognition from such prestigious organizations with solid research methodologies helps substantiate sentiment across employee groups, each person has their own prioritization of what makes a great company.

Keysight Celebrates World Day for Safety and Health at Work, With Principles That Are More Relevant Than Ever Before

by Claire McCarthy, Global Director of Sustainability, Security and Safety

On April 28 of 2003, the International Labour Organization (ILO) introduced World Day for Safety and Health at Work to raise awareness on occupational health and safety in the workplace. In honor of this day, Keysight celebrates our own commitment to supporting the personal safety, mental health, and overall well-being for all our employees globally. While always key tenets of employee policies and benefits, the challenges of the last two years showed us how vital they are.

Keysight and Earth Day 2022: Invest in Our Planet

By Claire McCarthy | Global Director Sustainability, Security & Safety

Keysight is helping to build a better planet by accelerating innovation to connect and secure the world and employing a global business framework of ethical, environmentally sustainable, and socially responsible operations. Three core principles underscore this commitment:

It's Not Too Early to Prepare for 6G

By Ron Nersesian

With 5G still in phased stages of development and deployment, it may seem premature to plan for the next generation of wireless communication technology. But with ambitious goals that build upon the current generation, it’s not too early to begin addressing the technological, regulatory, geographical and educational challenges that will be required to make ubiquitous 6G a reality.

Keysight Named One of Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For

Press Release

SANTA ROSA, Calif., April 11, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, was named to Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2022, with Keysight earning a 46 ranking.

Keysight Technologies Announces the Keysight Innovation Challenge 2022

Challenges graduate and undergraduate students to innovate and secure IoT to reach carbon neutrality
Press Release

SANTA ROSA, Calif., April 5, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Keysight Technologies, Inc.

Universities Reimagine Teaching Labs for a Virtual Future


By Renee Morad
Renee Morad is education solutions manager of Keysight Technologies, a provider of Ixia brand solutions.

The COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of university teaching labs worldwide. Students in STEM classes stopped using industry-grade equipment on campus, and instead tried to problem-solve independently with take-home kits that provided limited functionality.

NERC CIP Standards for Threat Visibility & Detection for Critical Infrastructure

Vulnerability of Critical Electricity Infrastructure

By Gail Ow, Sr. Industrial Solutions Manager

Grid modernization has created an explosion of network-connected equipment, exposing utilities to a wide range of potential threats from nation states, criminals, disgruntled employees, and accidental misconfiguration (which happens far more often than you might think). The problem isn’t ‘grid modernization’ per se, but the ‘explosion of network connected equipment’, including SCADA equipment, which is exposing previously air gapped industrial control systems to the internet.

Automakers, Regulators Take on Cybersecurity

Can automakers and regulators beat hackers at their own game? That’s the goal in the world of automotive cybersecurity — where connected cars have put OEMs in cybercriminals’ crosshairs.

By Mike Hodge

If I were to ask you to imagine someone hacking a car, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?


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