The manufacturing industry has seen a significant shift towards automation, interconnected devices, and data-driven decision-making. While these advancements have improved productivity, they've also made manufacturing companies increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats.
This digital integration also brings challenges like data breaches and malware. Keeping these systems secure and updated is crucial for uninterrupted and efficient production in today's fast-paced industrial landscape.
By understanding the current cyber threats, adopting fundamental cybersecurity practices, and implementing advanced protective measures, manufacturers can fortify their operations.
Undergoing a digital transformation is necessary for many manufacturing businesses, especially when they must stay competitive in challenging market conditions. However, if the responsible parties rush things, they'll increase the likelihood of several security risks.
Manufacturing is at the forefront of technological advancements, leveraging operational technology (OT) to streamline processes and improve productivity. However, this digital transformation comes with its fair share of cybersecurity challenges.
The National Cybersecurity Strategy released earlier this year takes a deeper dive into the comprehensive efforts that the administration is making in order to bolster cybersecurity. And it emphasizes the need for public and private collaboration.
Threat actors are increasingly resorting to supply chain attacks to break into critical industrial sectors such as manufacturing, defense, energy, transportation, healthcare, food and agriculture
For any critical infrastructure company, the biggest cybersecurity hazard is an attacker taking control of its IT or operational technology (OT) systems to steal data, or block and disrupt operations.
One of the biggest risks to operational technology (OT) security is not a zero-day rootkit, but the people onsite day in and day out.
By answering some basic questions on IoT security and pointing you to other resources on how to minimize your IoT cybersecurity risk, this will help you better understand what a robust IoT security strategy looks like.
Your role in protecting sensitive defense information from cybersecurity threats is imminent. And so is your requirement to prove that you're up for the task.
We've had multiple reminders in 2021 that digital connectivity of IT and OT infrastructure requires proportional attention risk management to proactively neutralize ransomware and full array of attack vector focused on industrial environments.
The common vulnerability scoring system (CVSS) provides manufacturers a way to assess the principal characteristics of a vulnerability and produce a numerical score reflecting its severity.
Let's go back so I can give you a short overview of what actually happened to Pilz. Sometime in May of 2019, the first phase of the attack was initiated - infection. In general, the infection phase consists of Emails with malicious attachments or links..
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.
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