Staying Secure in the IIoT Patchwork

In many ways, manufacturing is one of the industries that's most likely to benefit from automation. Increased competition - both domestic and international - is pushing manufacturers to lean on technologies that optimize production and eliminate redundancies.

Unfortunately, many IoT devices are still in their infancy. These devices seldom receive routine security updates - including system patches - leaving them vulnerable to cyberattacks. If a single IoT device is compromised, it can put an entire manufacturer's network and data at risk. From stolen intellectual property to lost client and employee data, the consequences can be costly in the short and long term.

Read the full Industry Week article featuring iCorps CEO and President Mike Hadley: Staying Secure in the IIoT Patchwork

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