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By Benjamin MosesNov 19, 2021

Sustaining a massive shift in U.S. Manufacturing. Guys, I can predict the future. Material flex. Yup, managing data is a thing now. Let’s have an honest conversation on cybersecurity.

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By John TurnerOct 14, 2021

One of the main differences between an OT (operational technology) network, such as one found on the manufacturing floor, and an IT (information technology) network , such as one found in an office environment, is the equipment ...

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By Nina AndersonOct 01, 2021

How do you make sense of data that you’ve never seen? This article provides a first-line approach on garnering data insights after the data has been initially retrieved.

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By John TurnerSep 23, 2021

Today, a business’s shop floor network, its operational technology (OT) network, faces essentially the same security threats as their general business network, or information technology (IT) network. Fortunately, the same technologies are available to ...

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By Vanesa PowersSep 16, 2021

In the age of digital manufacturing, data systems have become more critical. The migration to these services from physical or existing digital systems requires thorough planning and a solid connection to business processes.

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By Benjamin MosesSep 13, 2021

As part of a new cybersecurity project, AMT hosted a webinar with a panel of experts focused on finding common ground between IT and OT.

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By Benjamin MosesSep 10, 2021

At AMT’s 2021 MFG Meeting and MTForecast Conference, Richard Mason, president & CSO of Critical Infrastructure, will share his insight on cybersecurity in the manufacturing industry.

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By Benjamin MosesSep 03, 2021

$10 billion toward cybersecurity. People are still trying to use unstructured data. Digital twins are putting in work. In-machine measurements. U.S. Marines and the additive boom.

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By John TurnerJul 29, 2021

Many in our industry are aware of the recent cyberattacks on Colonial Pipeline and JBS Foods. Both situations were ransomware attacks where the “bad actors” took control of all, or part, of the businesses’ computing resources until the ransom was paid.

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By Gail McGrewJun 28, 2021

In 2020, the manufacturing industry experienced 922 incidents, 381 with confirmed data disclosure. The majority of attacks were financially motivated (73%), with the others falling into the category of espionage (27%).

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