The factory of the future is already here.
Manufacturers are improving business operations with the power of industrial security and industrial Ethernet.
Lag time in IIoT adoption due to cybersecurity concernsSource: “Holistic Security for Connected Manufacturing”
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For manufacturers, every new connection point is an opportunity. And a risk. To prevent issues, OT needs to take ownership of cybersecurity. But IT holds the keys and expertise.
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The prevailing trend in Industrial Automation and Control System (IACS) networking is the convergence of technology, specifically IACS operational technology (OT) with information technology (IT).
The distinctions between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) in manufacturing are fading as smart devices and software-controlled systems drive more production lines.
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For decades, manufacturing businesses have relied on connected machines and the correlating data to help streamline operations. Now, innovative Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are taking machine data to unprecedented new levels – but also introducing a whole new landscape of challenges in data management, analysis and governance.
Get the most business value from your factory data. Amplify operational and business insights you need to boost overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), optimize energy use, and reduce downtime.
The Network. Intuitive.
Imagine a network that offers visibility into production and inventory, creating context around everything that happens within the enterprise.
A network that understands business intent and dynamically safeguards new IoT initiatives while helping IT and operations teams collaborate.
It constantly monitors facilities, machines, and connected devices to identify and contain suspicious activity no matter where it hides.
The new network works tirelessly to unlock data from machines, sensors, and the network itself, turning info into insights that maximize productivity, improve quality, and prevent downtime.
An automated network helps you keep pace with customer and market needs, ensuring continuous high-performance IT and OT services and increasing agility while lowering operational costs.
The new network is always searching for threats within your facilities and enterprise, even in encrypted traffic. Protect your IoT devices, production data, and intellectual property with an intelligent network.