Take a deeper look at five security must-haves safeguarding manufacturing organizations today and discover the tools you need to protect your smart factory.
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Manufacturing was ranked as the #1 industry most targeted by cybercriminals in 2021.
That’s why advanced security should no longer be seen as a luxury but as a vital component of safeguarding your smart factory.
The most effective way to protect your organization is to secure each entry point into your network.
Manufacturers who embrace endpoint protection gain better visibility and control of all endpoints. This includes laptops, desktops, mobile devices, and interconnected devices such as robots and sensors.
With endpoint protection technology that evolves and expands to meet the variety of devices across your networks, you'll achieve benefits like:
Attacks targeting cloud infrastructure are on the rise.
51% of manufacturing organizations experienced an attack on their cloud infrastructure within the last 12 months.
With so much sensitive data at stake, it's time to strengthen your defense against these unprecedented attacks.
You'll rest easy knowing your valuable assets are safe from unauthorized access or data breaches with robust cloud security technology that:
The future of manufacturing revolves around a connected factory where all devices and elements can communicate. Connected equipment produces vast amounts of data that can improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness, but that data must also be inaccessible from unauthorized access or misuse.
Implementing data protection technology is key to staying competitive, and organizations who have done so already report the benefits of:
Threat intelligence and prevention technologies are essential elements of a comprehensive security strategy for organizations seeking cyber resilience.
These purpose-built tools empower you to strengthen your security posture.
By integrating them into your smart factory, you'll seamlessly collect and analyze threat information from multiple sources to protect your infrastructure from existing vulnerabilities — while preparing for future risks.
A reliable backup and recovery plan can be the difference between an incident drastically affecting every aspect of your network and keeping your operations up and running.
Extended downtime could be catastrophic for today's increasingly connected technology. Fortunately, Insight can work with your business to establish a reliable backup and recovery plan, helping you:
Insight is uniquely equipped to help your organization avoid disruption, achieve business continuity and mitigate the risk of sophisticated threats.
With expertise in the industry, strong partner relationships and extensive IT capabilities, we'll help you navigate the latest advancements in manufacturing security.
Future-proof your smart factory with state-of-the-art technology. Talk with an Insight expert today.
1. (2022, February 24). IBM report: Cybercriminals most heavily targeted manufacturing in 2021.
2. (2022, August) How Important Is Additive Manufacturing Security?