Posted By: Nathan Desrochers

Traditional factories have long been an information silo with fewer cybersecurity concerns than enterprise networks, which typically have numerous external access points. Nowadays, smart factories involve mass-customization and cloud services, which requires IT and OT to be integrated by connections to sensors, machines, and production lines. Through technology, smart factories can consolidate data, making the ICS (Industrial Control System) network in these factories more vulnerable to the external and internal threats such as hacking, malicious attacks, or even malpractice by employees.

But fear not, our friends at Moxa have outlined what you can do to protect your factory from malicious intent. Read about the steps you can take to thwart these threats to your smart factory.

Smart Factory

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