We first reported issues with the supply chain back in November 2021. Then came the war between Russia and Ukraine, which exacerbated things even further just as supply chain woes were starting to diminish. Is there relief in sight?
For decades, the main security issues manufacturers grappled with involved things like vandalism, on-site theft and physical supply chain disruption. Then the Internet came along, digital technology became more sophisticated, manufacturing processes went online, and the threats increased. What is the state of cybersecurity in manufacturing today?
Everything is globally connected, from raw materials and manufacturing to shipping, trucking, warehousing and, ultimately, retailing. That means technology will play a more vital role than ever in maintaining optimal responsiveness, resilience and security in the supply chain.
While cyberattacks have increased in both number and impact, cybercriminals’ ransomware targets manufacturing specifically to disrupt production, collect intellectual property, and increase ransoms.
Manufacturers that focus on customer communications see value in leveraging contact center technology to build a personalized and centralized call center experience.
Manufacturers are in the midst of an industry-wide digital transformation. Technology is changing the way manufacturers and distributors facilitate innovation, improve processes, and drive productivity.
How do cybersecurity vs regulatory compliance frameworks overlap and interact to protect businesses, consumers, and data?
Securing your ICS environment is vital to ensuring improved efficiencies in production, handling, and distribution. NIST’s new guide offers a framework for implementation.
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