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Industrial IoT security – the pitfalls and practicalities of securing manufacturing and supply chain IoT systems
The ‘internet of things’ (IoT) will usher in a fourth industrial revolution, and raise a storm. Manufacturing and distribution businesses anchored by old systems and processes will be drowned by the rising tide; those that transform their operations will catch a sail. But it presents great risk, as well as great opportunity. These are uncharted waters with unknowable threats. The most significant of these is digital security. As factories and warehouses – once isolated and secured – become increasingly connected, and hackers become increasingly sophisticated, so new attack vectors and vulnerabilities will emerge.

This webinar will consider what is at stake for manufacturing and supply chain businesses, describe vulnerabilities in the industrial IoT stack and associated business processes, and recommend practical steps to minimize security breaches.

James Blackman, Contributor, Enterprise IoT Insights
Brian Arbuckle, Senior Market Analyst, IHS Markit

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Dec 6, 2017 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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James Blackman
Contributing Writer @Enterprise IoT Insights
James Blackman has been writing about the technology sector for over a decade. He edited UK wireless industry trade title Mobile News before joining Chinese telecoms company Huawei, where he led media activity for its devices business in Western Europe. He has since worked on a freelance basis with a variety of private enterprises and news publications, including the BBC, European Communications.