Prove regulatory compliance, identify and stop threats quickly, and securely transform your business .

Operational technology and Industrial control systems are on cybercriminals’ radar as these historically partitioned technologies face a connected future that depends on remote access and cloud resources. High-value functions combined with outdated defense make these tools prime targets for cybercriminals and regular victims of accidental infection.

Industrial firms can be particularly difficult environments to protect. Given the essential services they provide, these systems are highly lucrative targets for cybercriminals.

Understanding IIoT and cybersecurity

Eighty-seven percent of auto manufacturers implement IIoT, but are slow to secure the devices.

Develop an effective security framework

Making the most of your risk management resources

CSecurity attacks on industrial control systems

Learn more about the worldwide impact in this SPS managed security services study.

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Overcoming the insecurity of Industrial IoT.

When applied in industrial control system environments, Internet of Things (IoT) technologies result in the creation of cyber-physical systems — systems that combine advanced manufacturing technologies with advanced computing technologies to create better outcomes. These systems promise vastly improved operational efficiencies, but they’re not without security risks. .

Global automotive manufacturer

One car manufacturer learns how to mitigate vulnerabilities in its connected car solution with IBM X-Force Red penetration testing services.