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                Understand Vulnerabilities Inherent to Cybersecurity in the Manufacturing Industry

                Secure your creations and intellectual property

                Internet of Things (IoT) security issues could plague the manufacturing industry more than any other.

                Internetworking -- that is connecting your network with other networks, such as those of your vendors and contractors -- may simplify conducting business, but it could allow cyber attackers even more opportunities to steal your data. Your network security architecture and that of your business associates who connect with your network can either make it simple or difficult for an attacker to steal your manufacturing data.

                The theft of your trade secrets, blueprints, or designs can allow a competitor anywhere in the world to create your products, sell them far cheaper and put your company out of business. Your network, supply chain and IoT systems can all put your business at risk, and to protect it, you need the right defenses.

                Threat Actors Use Endpoints to Target Manufacturers
                Threat Actors Use Endpoints to Target Manufacturers

                One of the top ways threat actors break into manufacturers’ networks is via phishing emails and drive-by downloads. Unsuspecting employees click on links and attachments that happen to be malicious. In other cases, credentials can be stolen with no malware. Be able to spot anomalous and malicious activity as soon as it begins.

                • Prevent, detect and respond to cyber threats
                • See how endpoint protection aids in forensic investigations
                • Leverage cybersecurity analysts to aid in detection

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