3rd ManuSec USA: Post-event Write Up. For any business to ‘make it’ in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, there is an unnegotiable requisite: strengthening the protection of its key assets. This is particularly true for the manufacturing industry, highly targeted by cyber threats from both its IT and OT gateways and demanding a stronger-than-ever cross-departmental
Amongst the multitude of things brought by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, two are certain: tremendous changes and the pressure to embrace them. With the rapid rise of technology transforming the way businesses are functioning, embracing Industry 4.0’s requirements seem inevitable. Within the manufacturing industry, this call to adapt is rushed by the fear of losing
ManuSec USA: Cyber Security for Manufacturing Summit – October 9th and 10th Chicago, Illinois. Why now? Why the manufacturing sector? As technology advances at an exponential rate, bringing about disruptive changes, manufacturers are working hard to keep on top of it and ahead of the competition. But fully embracing industry 4.0 to increase competitiveness
[JULY 8, LONDON] Qatalyst Global are now accepting speaker applications for the ManuSec Summit, returning to Chicago this October 11-12, taking a deep dive into cyber security within manufacturing. We’re looking for exciting, dynamic speakers with a story to tell, who will engage our audience of high-level security leaders from a cross-section of American manufacturers.
Ryan Wessels, Information Security Manager, Schreiber Foods, Tells Qatalyst Global his Thoughts on the State of Cyber Security in Critical Infrastructure What three Cyber Security trends do you see happening within the Critical Infrastructure Industry? Specifically within critical infrastructure, user awareness. We have users today who traditionally haven’t been considered full network users, they may