Industrial Cybersecurity: Is Your Facility Protected?

Industrial Cybersecurity: Is Your Facility Protected?
Just last year, cybercriminals attempted to poison the water supply in Florida by hacking into a city’s system. An airplane manufacturer’s confidential customer data files were breached and leaked on the Internet. A major gas pipeline was shut down by a ransomware attack. A major meat producer was forced to close down all its plants. Hackers are now targeting industrial and infrastructure. At the same time, more and more facilities are going to connected operations to empower new efficiencies. How do we keep our facilities protected amid these growing dangers and opportunities?
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The digital transformation enables business to uncover tremendous new business potentials and to be proof for the future - but it also means that networks which have not been designed for it are connected with each other. For many security teams this means that they need to build a security program for an environment which is un

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