How to Address Industry 4.0 Cybersecurity Concerns
Continuous improvement is a journey, and Industry 4.0 is the fastest way to get there. The journey starts with simple dashboards and text alerts, then moves on to downtime analytics, efficiency calculations, and condition monitoring. Artificial intelligence adds the ability to predict failures, optimize performance, and prescribe solutions. The question is, does your company have the time, capital, and expertise to take this journey alone?
Industry 4.0 accelerates the continuous improvement journey by allowing companies to leverage external computing power, simulation programs, machine learning algorithms, and industry expertise. Actionable information can be at your fingertips in a matter of weeks for a fraction of what it would cost to install, configure, and manage all of this internally. So why aren’t all manufacturers doing this? The most common answer is cybersecurity concerns. Watch the webinar to address the concerns with cybersecurity and Industry 4.0.
Watch the webinar below to learn:
- The potential benefits of leveraging Industry 4.0
- The downside of a zero connectivity policy for industrial equipment
- How to select a secure connectivity architecture that fits your specific needs including options for cloud hosting, on-premise hosting, and data diodes
About Our Host Tom Craven, VP of Product Strategy
Tom Craven is the Vice President of Product Strategy at RRAMAC Connected Systems, a “Software as a Service” (SaaS) company that provides remote monitoring, analytics, and mobile apps for industrial equipment. Prior to RRAMAC, Tom was the Operator Interface Product Manager at GE Intelligent Platforms. His 20 years at GE-IP included both technical and commercial roles with a broad range of factory floor hardware and software products.