Articles about how to keep spare part inventories accurate for maintenance departments, cybersecurity throwback attack, and the anatomy of an effective preconstruction strategy were Plant Engineering’s five most clicked articles from April 26- May 2, 2021. Miss something? You can catch up here.
A government-sponsored test on whether a cyberattack could inflict real-world physical damage has had major repercussions to this day. See eight steps on how to mitigate a potential cyberattack against your industrial control systems (ICSs).
The SolarWinds cybersecurity attack has had far-reaching effects in many different ways and it will change how operational technology (OT) handles cybersecurity threats.
Renewable energy systems are connected to the wider energy grid, which increases the risk of a cybersecurity attack.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) created a cybersecurity guidance report for marine renewable energy (MRE) devices to help improve MRE’s resiliency as a reliable source of renewable energy.
Articles about spare part inventory for maintenance organizations, how hyperautomation can help manufacturers, and how to resolve a conflict before it manifests itself were Plant Engineering’s five most clicked articles from April 12-18, 2021. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Digital transformation can change manufacturing, but companies need to invest in cybersecurity knowledge and training to make it viable.
In a remote, yet connected world, this is how to keep pace with the changing face of automation in manufacturing
The COVID-19 pandemic has supercharged the demand for digital offerings and Industry 4.0 technology
Industrial Cybersecurity Pulse is a new website dedicated to educating and informing engineers about the latest challenges and developments relating to cybersecurity, information/operational technology (IT/OT), the cloud and more. Check it out!