From Disconnected Sites to Disparate TechnologiesMitigating endpoint security risk in manufacturing.
Connecting industrial systems to the internet enhances the ability to conduct remote monitoring at scale - but connecting anything to the internet also increases exposure to the risk of attack. And for legacy manufacturing systems, built for an age of air-gapped equipment in secure locations, retrofitting security can be difficult, expensive and time consuming.
But cyber risk in manufacturing is not all about technology – equally important is the change in mindset, to adapt processes, procedures and policies regarding who has access to what, when and why – then implement appropriate controls to enforce the approach.
Join Brandon Traffanstedt, Senior Director, Field Technology Office for CyberArk to find out how you can:
- Implement and enforce least privilege access to manufacturing technology
- Learn best practice for workstation protection.
- Identify and overcome the main challenges of endpoint privilege management in manufacturing