The manufacturing industry is a prime target for cyberattackers, particularly those using ransomware, since manufacturers often pay the ransom when attacked. That’s because even a small amount of downtime for a manufacturer can make an impact, causing production line stoppage and supply chain disruptions. In addition, many manufacturers use legacy systems that can’t be properly patched or updated, leaving them vulnerable to an attack.
To combat these risks, many manufacturers are turning to managed detection and response (MDR) services. Learn more in this ultimate guide about the available MDR services and how those options may align with your needs. The guide covers:
Practical Cybersecurity: A Roadmap for your Manufacturing Organization
Cybercriminals are continuing to target manufacturers of every size and category. After all, the manufacturing industry is an especially attractive target for ransomware attacks because manufacturers often use legacy systems that present a large attack surface and the industry as a whole is particularly motivated to pay a ransom to minimize any disruption to their operations.
So how do you protect yourself and keep operations running?
In this ebook, we’ll explore the five key components of a sound cybersecurity framework for manufacturers. We’ll cover industry best practices and solutions like risk management, incident response planning, and managed detection and response (MDR) — tools you can use to build an effective, practical threat management strategy.
Navigating your cyber risks and protecting your systems from a cyberattack isn’t necessarily easy, but you don’t have to do it alone.