Manufacturing

SSecuring the Digitized and
Connected Factory.
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Manufacturing is the third most likely sector to experience a data breach

Manufacturing shop floors may look futuristic these days, with industrial robots, wireless connectivity, and large-data operations driving efficiencies.

As manufacturing becomes increasingly connected, manufacturers must adopt more modern security practices that can protect the manufacturing facility, products, employee safety, customer information, financial records, product information/trade secrets, server systems, cloud storage, and operational network devices.


Challenges

The manufacturing sector has been continuously facing the brunt of cyberattacks in recent years. Especially, ransomware attacks have targeted a number of manufacturing companies and industrial firms across the world.

In addition to ransomware attack the industry is facing a serious challenge in protecting its intellectual property (IP) and trade secrets - formulas, designs, and manufacturing processes from cybercriminals, physical damage to machinery and plants, the kidnapping of executives, fire incidents, and malicious damage to networks and information systems.



Industry Updates

Challenges faced by the Cyber Security Professionals during Covid
Latest trends in Physical Security
Challenges faced by the Cyber Security Professionals during Covid

Case Study

Challenges faced by the Cyber Security Professionals during Covid
Latest trends in Physical Security

How We Help

Our extensive experience has led many renowned manufacturing companies to meet compliance and enhance their information systems and physical security posture. Our advisories have assisted manufacturing companies to improve their decision-making and optimize the manufacturing process by thwarting disruptions caused by cyber and physical threats to the operations.
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