“Cybersplice Hosts Webinar to Help Manufacturers Safeguard Against Escalating Cyberattacks on Factory Floor Environments”
– Manufacturers worldwide are facing an increasing wave of cyberattacks targeting operational technology and industrial control systems.
– To address this threat, Cybersplice is hosting a webinar titled “How Manufacturers Can Maintain 100% Production-Line Integrity in the Face of Cyber-Physical Attacks” on September 7, 2023.
In the face of escalating cyber threats, manufacturers need to take proactive measures to protect their crucial infrastructure. Cybersplice is stepping in to assist by organizing a webinar specifically focused on helping manufacturers safeguard against cyberattacks on factory floor environments. The threat landscape is evolving rapidly, with organized crime syndicates, ransomware groups, nation-state actors, and other malicious entities increasingly targeting vulnerable factory floor environments. These attacks pose a severe threat to production lines and manufacturers’ cybersecurity vulnerabilities are being actively exploited.
During the webinar, Cybersplice experts will provide actionable plans and tool demonstrations to help manufacturers identify threats early, manage vulnerabilities, and gain control over inherent cyber-physical risks. Attendees will gain practical insights into achieving comprehensive visibility across operational technology networks (OT), implementing micro-segmentation to thwart lateral movement, shielding unpatched legacy equipment from potential attacks, and developing robust incident response capabilities.
The CEO of Cybersplice, Marais Coetzee, emphasizes that manufacturers can no longer overlook the evolution of converged IT and OT networks or rely on outdated approaches to defend against modern threats. This webinar will equip manufacturing professionals with the strategies and technologies they need to secure their critical systems before it’s too late. The webinar is tailored for plant managers, OT engineers, IT security leaders, and other professionals in manufacturing cybersecurity who must prepare for imminent cyber-physical attacks.