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How to Detect a Cyber Attack Against Your Company
This article is the third installment in a five-part series outlining best practices when it comes to "Cybersecurity for Manufacturers." These recommendations follow the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework, which has become the standard for the U.S. manufacturing sector. In part two of the MEP National Network five-part series on “Cybersecurity for Manufacturers,” we covered how to protect your valuable electronic assets from information security threats. But if your manufacturing facility was targeted by a cyber criminal, would you be able to recognize the threat? Or, if an employee was doing something malicious, such as diverting payments into their personal account, would you be able to detect the activity? Fast detection is key to successfully containing any fallout from an information breach. To respond quickly to a cyber attack, you must first have the right mechanisms in place to detect the threat.
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