Manufacturing's resilience has been strong during the COVID-19 pandemic, and cybersecurity needs to be stronger than ever as the nature of work changes.
End users may find the variety of IIoT devices and connectivity technology to be intimidating. A system integrator can minimize risks and costs by implementing proven specification and implementation methods and architectures.
Overcome three OT/IT cybersecurity barriers and move towards cyber-resiliency in three cybersecurity steps.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will have the strongest impact on operational technology/industrial control system (OT/ICS) cybersecurity.
The inability to stop production and a bureaucratic approval process are the main barriers that inhibit industrial cybersecurity projects according to a report by Kaspersky.
Cybersecurity strategy in digital plants is critical for companies that want to achieve smart manufacturing.
Developing computational frameworks to improve network resilience is a must for companies looking to weather a cyber attack or a natural disaster like a major storm.
Businesses need to be ready to pick up where they left off when it comes to enhancing physical security measures in the wake of COVID-19.
System integrators need to ensure that their automation systems are IEC 62443-compliant to adhere to international cybersecurity requirements.
There are several preventive measures that can be taken to secure industrial processes against cyber attacks.