Risk is high in OT environments: 9 out of 10 have had at least one breach in the past year, with half reporting 3 to 10 or more breaches. Breach damages have been reported that affect productivity, revenue, brand trust, intellectual property, and physical safety. This study identifies factors that must be addressed to reduce risk, such as the fact that 60% of OT organizations have experienced a malware intrusion in the past year, and 77% have only partial centralized visibility on the cybersecurity of their OT environments. OT plant operations leaders indicate they are active and influential in evaluating cybersecurity solutions. They seek solutions that support their top goals of maximizing productivity while minimizing cost.
Listen in as Rick Peters, Fortinet's CISO for Operational Technology in North America, moderates our discussion exploring current challenges faced by asset owners and operators as physical and cyber p
This whitepaper explores various measures of the NIS Directive and how to align your organization’s security posture with these measures.
Enable NIS Directive compliance with OT by using the Fortinet Security Fabric to support your security strategy for risk management and incident response.
Moving an entire workforce from offices with secure IT environments to remote setups with very little cybersecurity would take long-term IT planning and preparation, but that was not an option in 2020
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In this panel discussion find out how to protect your evolving critical infrastructure systems from the latest wave of cyber threats. Our OT security experts will share deep insights from the lates
While assembly lines and robots are visible examples of manufacturing technology in use, what role do information technologies play, if any, in today’s modern factories?
The integration of OT and IT networks is accelerating, and this expands the digital attack surface, exposing OT networks to attacks coming from IT networks. OT breaches are now commonplace.
With an expanding attack surface, new threat exposures on multiple fronts, and a dearth of advanced threat protection solutions in place, security must become seamlessly integrated into OT.
Manufacturing is profoundly evolving as business and technology leaders understand the critical importance of Digital Transformation (DX) for their organisation. However, manufacturing industries are
The “air gap” that protected OT systems from hackers and malware no longer exists at many organisations, and adversaries are increasingly targeting OT systems as a result.
Nearly three-quarters of OT organisations have experienced a malware intrusion in the past 12 months, causing damages to productivity, revenue, brand trust, intellectual property, and physical safety.
Greater transparency for industrial and critical infrastructure networks.
Technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR) and machine learning (ML) once seemed stranger than fiction, but are now playing a growing role in industrial environments....
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The increasing volume connected cyber and physical assets in manufacturing operations is both a driver of the need for robust security and a driver of the increase in data availability.
Building a cybersecurity foundation that mitigates risk should unify OT and IT cybersecurity, be easily adopted, accommodate OT limitations, built on an open platform to protect existing solutions.
Reducing the complexity introduced by deploying point security solutions can improve compliance management, operational uptime, and access management issues—as well as visibility and protection.