The manufacturing sector is on the cusp of its own digital revolution. Industry 4.0—as it has become known—will harness the connected sensors embedded in machinery and logistics operations across the supply chain. The Internet of Things (IoT) is also picking up rapid momentum in its support of Industry 4.0.
But there is a downside. Connecting machines in to external information flows means the machines are susceptible to hackers, industrial spies, and even nation states.
So how does the manufacturing industry prepare for this growing threat?
In this Industry 4.0: Defending Manufacturing Systems from Cyberthreats white paper, you’ll learn:
- Why cyberthreats are growing 38% year over year
- Where legacy defenses are falling short
- How to build a better defense through security intelligence
- How to reduce time to detect and respond to cyberthreats