How Inductive Automation’s endpoint security strategy makes manufacturing more secureventurebeat
Robotics plays an increasingly essential role in modern manufacturing, but their utility and cost-effectiveness could be enhanced further with improved networking approaches.
The world’s leading healthcare, utility, pharmaceutical manufacturing and energy (including nuclear power) companies rely on Inductive Automation’s Ignition platform to power, protect and preserve the health and wellbeing of the millions of people they serve. Getting cybersecurity and endpoint security right are table stakes to their core businesses.
These companies need to take bold steps to harden endpoints before the new generation of AI-driven threats escalates. This trend has become clear as software providers to manufacturers, utilities and critical infrastructure have been revising their endpoint strategies to overcome resource bottlenecks amid unprecedented attacks on the manufacturing industry.
Customers in over 90 countries integrate their operations technology (OT) and IT systems with real-time sensor data using Inductive Automation’s Ignition platform to accurately measure the heartbeat of ...
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