Cybersecurity in Industry 4.0
Cyber-physical systems (CPS), as applied in Industry 4.0, change the world. Explore the risks that exist when cybersecurity is not addressed, and how it can become an asset with a high return on investment.
Industry 4.0 is built on connectivity through the connected devices installed in the manufacturing environment, regardless of whether they are operated wireless or wired. To assure continuous, safe and sustainable operations, the devices and their connections must operate safely and securely, which means they need to be resilient against potential errors and attacks. For this to happen, multiple stakeholders must contribute in different ways according to their role as a product manufacturer, system integrator, operator and plant owner.
This webinar will explain the risks that exist when cybersecurity is not addressed properly and how cybersecurity can become an asset with a high return on investment. Cyber-physical systems (CPS), as applied in Industry 4.0, change the world - and cybersecurity is key to preventing outages, lawsuits and destroying brand reputation.
You will be able to define what is needed to implement cybersecurity, helping you to turn cybersecurity into an asset that is highly beneficial to your company:
- Where to start with cybersecurity?
- Why funding is not the problem
- There is no need to re-invent the wheel on cybersecurity
- Which are the most mature industry standards?
- How to best use your supply chain to assure security and resilience
Alexander W. Koehler, Cybersecurity Global Business Development Manager Industry 4.0/ICS/Energy
May 07, 2020
Video Link: https://ul.wistia.com/medias/0qod98y3rg
Categoria merceologica: Sicurezza informatica per l'automazione
Settori: Macchine Utensili/Robotica, Elettronica/Elettrotecnica, Metalmeccanico/Siderurgico
Area tematica: Automazione Avanzata