Industrial IoT security: Securing manufacturing and supply chain
Take a deep dive into the pitfalls and practicalities of Industrial IoT security
The industrial IoT will usher in a fourth industrial revolution, and raise a storm. Manufacturing and distribution businesses anchored by old systems and processes will be drowned by the rising tide; those that transform their operations will catch a sail.
But it presents great risk, as well as great opportunity. The industrial IoT represents uncharted waters with unknowable threats. The most significant of these is digital security. As factories and warehouses – once isolated and secured – become increasingly connected, and hackers become increasingly sophisticated, so new attack vectors and vulnerabilities will emerge.
This report, titled Industrial IoT security–the pitfalls and practicalities of securing manufacturing and supply chain IoT systems, considers what is at stake for manufacturing and supply chain businesses, describes vulnerabilities in the industrial IoT stack and associated business processes, and recommends practical steps to minimize security breaches.
And be sure to check out the accompany webinar, which considers what is at stake for manufacturing and supply chain businesses, describes vulnerabilities in the industrial IoT stack and associated business processes, and recommends practical steps to minimize security breaches.
The panel of experts includes:
- James Blackman, Contributor, Enterprise IoT Insights
- Brian Arbuckle, Senior Market Analyst, IHS Markit
- Jay Thoden van Velzen, Director IoT Security, SAP
- Stephane Quetglas, EIoT Marketing Director, Gemalto
For a break-out look at specific topics, read the following articles:
- IIoT security: How to securely connect legacy OT systems
- A review of the latest IIoT security regulations and guidelines
- IIoT security: How to establish a supply chain of trust
- IIoT security: Why devices are the weakest link in the IoT stack
- IIoT security: The top 10 security vulnerabilities