Manufacturing is among the most cyberattacked industries, with threats from cybercriminals and competitors alike. In this infographic, we explore data and endpoint security solutions to protect your connected factory.
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Manufacturing consistently ranks in the top 10 most cyberattacked industries, making advanced security a vital component of your connected factory.
Industry 4.0 relies on digitally connecting people, processes and technology, introducing a new world of possibilities — and threats.
Let’s look at key areas of protection for your manufacturing business.
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 be analyzed and understood in transformative ways.
But unprotected data can have damaging consequences:
Insight can work with your business to establish a solid backup and recovery plan, helping you:
In a highly competitive industry, manufacturers not only face threats from cybercriminals, but also from their competitors.
A key area of vulnerability is endpoint protection.
An endpoint is any device that connects to your network. This includes laptops, desktops and mobile devices, as well as interconnected devices such as robots and sensors.
When everything is interconnected, endpoint protection is more vital than ever before. Modern endpoint solutions evolve and expand to meet the increasing number and variety of devices across your networks.
These solutions protect:
Having the right technology is crucial for your connected factory, but securing these technologies is just as important.
Protect your business from sophisticated cyberthreats with advanced monitoring, data security and total endpoint protection solutions — available from Insight.
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