Cybersecurity Solutions For Manufacturing

Our cybersecurity solutions help manufacturing organizations prevent disruptions by identifying real-world opportunities for hackers to attack industrial systems and equipment and by providing practical recommendations to secure them.
IEC 62443, NIST 800-53, NIST 800-171, ANSI/ISA 62443, ENISA ICS, CSA STAR, etc.
IEC 62443, NIST 800-53, NIST 800-171, ANSI/ISA 62443, ENISA ICS, CSA STAR, etc.

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Cybersecurity Solutions For Manufacturing Companies

The manufacturing sector is increasingly digitized, with companies relying on computer-controlled systems to manage production. This reliance on technology makes manufacturing companies vulnerable to cyberattacks, which can have devastating consequences. A successful attack could shut down production, leading to financial losses and damage to the company’s reputation. In addition, manufacturing companies often store sensitive data, such as customer information and intellectual property. A data breach could result in the theft of this information, which could be used for nefarious purposes.

Our globally recognized cybersecurity solutions are designed to help manufacturing organizations mitigate their most prominent risks of facing an incident, while streamlining compliance with heavy regulations. We identify real-world opportunities to compromise your cybersecurity and propose tailored recommendations to protect your production line from the main threats facing your industry, such as:

Attacks on industrial control systems:

In 2021, the Department of Homeland Security reported 6,000 cyberattacks on industrial control systems. These attacks aim to disrupt or damage production equipment.

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Advanced persistent threats (ATPs)

According to a recent report, the manufacturing sector was the second most targeted by advanced persistent threats (APTs) in 2021. This type of threat is often difficult to detect and can have damaging consequences for an organization.

Ransomware attacks:

The average cost of a ransomware attack in the manufacturing sector was $4.5 million in 2021. These type of attacks aim to disrupt access to as many systems or equipment as possible in order to demand a greater ransom from the organization.

The Key Cybersecurity Challenges of the Manufacturing Industry

How We Help Manufacturing Stay Secure & Compliant

Our world-class cybersecurity services help manufacturing organizations achieve compliance, avoid regulatory fines and prevent incidents.