MANUFACTURING SECTOR: protection of production data
IT and OT resource protection
In the manufacturing sector, the convergence between Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) leads to the generation of an increasingly number of production data, with a consequent growth of the cyber attack surface.
As the interconnection of devices and systems increases, cyber threats are increasing.
Cyber attacks can cause serious damage to manufacturing companies, disrupting business continuity, compromising intellectual property, and damaging reputation.
In order to protect data and ensure business continuity, it is critical to adopt a reliable cybersecurity platform.
SGBox protects data and devices
The SGBox platform can protect all sensitive data and production device information by monitoring potential threats and automatically intervening in the event of attacks.
Protection of networks
The SGBox platform monitors and protects corporate networks from unauthorized access. Through advanced intrusion detection and access management systems, it can prevent hackers from penetrating networks and compromising sensitive data.
Attackers often target connected devices, such as iIoT sensors and industrial robots. SGBox can implement protection measures for devices, ensuring they are adequately protected from malware, unauthorized access or unwanted manipulation.
Data encryption is essential to protect confidential information. SGBox offers advanced encryption solutions to protect sensitive data during the transfer, storage and processing of all security information.
Types of cyber attacks in the manufacturing sector
Phishing e Social Engineering
Attackers can send misleading emails or messages to gain login credentials or to trick users into revealing sensitive information.
Malware e ransomware
These malicious programs can infect computer systems and encrypt data, demanding a ransom for restoring file access.
These attacks exploit previously unknown security flaws. Attackers exploit these vulnerabilities to infiltrate systems and compromise data.
Attacks on the Supply Chain
Attackers can target manufacturing companies through their supply chain, introducing compromised components or software.