Manufacturing is powered by thousands of connected devices, massive computing power and artificial intelligence. These advances enable manufacturers to adopt flexible, built-to-order production methodologies that include automated workflows and real-time performance monitoring. Together they improve efficiency, reduce errors and cut costs, but with these benefits comes increased cyber risk.
Being cyber resilient means being able to identify and quickly recover from any threat to operational continuity. Manufacturing operators can save considerable time, effort and money by detecting and fixing existing and emerging problems and threats before they cause disruptions, thereby creating a healthier and more robust infrastructure. This whitepaper covers all four key cyber resilience activities for more effective risk management of the manufacturing environment.