Weakness at your boundaries (Episode 4 Cisco Manufacturing Leaders)
Every new connection point is an opportunity. And a risk. Operational Technology (OT) needs to take ownership of cybersecurity. But Information Technology (IT) holds the keys to expertise. In an ideal scenario of a cybersecurity incident, IT stays in control, but OT teams can still get what they need, too.
What is the Current State of Cybersecurity in the Oil & Gas Industry?
How is cybersecurity viewed in your organization? Cisco discussed industrial security with oil and gas operators who regard cybersecurity as a barrier to realizing the value of IIoT.
Beyond Segmentation: A Practical Approach to Securing OT Systems
As an oil and gas operator, you function in a target-rich environment for cyberattack. But are your fears over unseen threats preventing you from leveraging the full power of Digital...
Join Cisco at Automation Fair 2018
The city of brotherly love will become the center of manufacturing this fall as Automation Fair comes into town, November 14-15 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. Just like...
Data Management Fuels Machine Learning and A.I. in IIOT
Go to any conference, webinar, or talk to analysts in the manufacturing space and two of the biggest buzzwords you’ll hear are "machine learning" and "artificial intelligence” (AI). Here at Cisco,...
Cisco Partners: Digital Systems Integrators Modernizing Industrial Networks
Delivering business outcomes for enterprise and IT buyers requires a new approach, new capabilities, and new relationships. An entirely new business solutions practice.
Manufacturing In the Middle: Growth, Opportunity and New Challenges
There is no one size fits all view when it comes to manufacturing. Large, advanced plants are using a plethora of advanced manufacturing processes, robots and data as a core...
How to Evolve your Manufacturing Environment to an Ultimate State
At Cisco Live, we discussed how to improve customers' factory networks and reduce downtime. We put all those discussions in one place, which we call the Ultimate Guide to Manufacturing.