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Five Ways Manufacturing Execs Should Lead on Cybersecurity

The one piece of good news coming out of the recent WannaCry ransomeware attack, which infected over 200,000 computers worldwide and at least temporarily crippled hospitals, shops, and schools, is that it does not appear to have directly targeted the con…
The one piece of good news coming out of  the recent WannaCry ransomeware attack, which infected over 200,000 computers worldwide and at least temporarily crippled hospitals, shop… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/five-ways-manufacturing-execs-should-lead-cybersecurity/

Are Factories of the Future Sailing Into a Perfect Cyber Storm?

In the Manufacturing 4.0 era, navigating the cyber security waters ahead will not simple, and it must not be thought of as an IT problem, Anthony King, Chief Information Security Officer Director, IT Security Operations/Governance, Risk and Compliance at …
In the Manufacturing 4.0 era, navigating the cyber security waters ahead will not be simple, and it must not be thought of as an IT problem, Anthony King, Chief Information Securit… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/are-factories-future-sailing-perfect-cyber-storm/

Warning: More Manufacturing Cyber Attacks in The Year Ahead

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team warned that cyber attacks aimed at the U.S. critical manufacturing sector doubled in 2015 and are increasingly targeting industrial control systems.
Speaking at the S4 Security Conference in Miami last week, Marty Edwards, head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Te… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/warning-more-manufacturing-cyber-attacks-year-ahead/

Manufacturers Beware: Cyber Attackers Now Target Physical Assets

Recently I saw the “The Martian,” the excellent lost-in-space movie thriller directed by Ridley Scott. One of the great things about these kinds of suspense/thriller flicks is how the tension slowly builds. Gradually, as one thing after another goes wrong…
Recently I saw the “The Martian,” the excellent lost-in-space movie thriller directed by Ridley Scott. One of the great things about these kinds of suspense/thriller flicks is how… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/manufacturers-beware-cyber-attackers-now-target-physical-assets/

Risk Alert: Competitive Cyber Threats Rising for Manufacturing Supply Chains

In its latest Global State of Information Security Survey, consultants PriceWaterhouseCoopers found that the number of detected security breaches across all industries last year leapt to 42.8 million, a massive 48% increase over 2013. Resulting financial …
Some things you may never be able to predict with any certainty – floods, earthquakes, or sudden political upheavals. Any of these could suddenly wreak unexpected havoc across man… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/risk-alert-competitive-cyber-threats-rising-manufacturing-supply-chains/

The Jeep Cyber Attack: Can We Control Our Connected World?

The warnings about the perils of our increasingly connected world keep coming.This past weekend Fiat Chrysler issued a recall of 1.4 million vehicles after it was revealed that two researchers hacked and took control of a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Burrowing in…
The warnings about the perils of our increasingly connected world keep coming. This past weekend Fiat Chrysler issued a recall of 1.4 million vehicles after it was revealed tha… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/jeep-cyber-attack-can-we-control-our-connected-world/

An Emerging Approach to Industrial Cybersecurity

As manufacturing companies become more reliant on connectivity and smart processes, they are becoming more susceptible to cyber adversaries. To attack the problem and succeed in this new cyber environment, companies need to exercise two of the most import…
Stuxnet, one of the world’s most infamous cyber incidents, demonstrated how a cyber attack could cause physical damage to an industrial environment, in this case, nuclear centrifu… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/emerging-approach-industrial-cybersecurity/

The Benefit of the Sony Cyber Attack

If nothing else, the recent cyber attack, apparently by North Korea, against Sony for producing the satiric film “The Interview” should serve to raise to the highest level the issue of cyber protection on the agendas of every board of directors in the man…
If nothing else, the recent cyber attack, apparently by North Korea, against Sony for producing the satiric film “The Interview” should serve to raise to the highest level the iss… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/benefit-sony-cyber-attack/

Manufacturing Cybersecurity: Not Just A China Issue

Manufacturers shouldn’t be distracted by the alleged conduct of any single foreign economic power when it comes to the serious business of cybersecurity. It’s a far bigger problem than that. There are multiple issues involved - and not just for U.S. manuf…
As President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping settled into their ‘informal’ Californian-desert Summit last weekend, the issue of Cybersecurity was already very m… http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/manufacturing-cybersecurity-not-just-china-issue/

Cyber-Security: Do Manufacturers Have a New Opportunity?

It seems like almost every day we are hearing about attacks on computer networks. In just the last few months, cyber-attacks have been reported at Citicorp, Exxon, Shell, Google, PBS, NASA, Fox, Lockheed Martin, and the International Monetary Fund, to nam…
It seems like almost every day we are hearing about attacks on computer networks. In just the last few months, cyber-attacks have been reported at Citicorp, Exxon, Shell, Google, … http://gill-events.gilcommunity.com/blog/cyber-security-do-manufacturers-have-new-opportunity/

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Cyber-Security: Do Manufacturers Have a New Opportunity?  in Cybersecurity
Posted by dbrousell on Jul 21, 2011
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