Cybersecurity and Industry 4.0 – What You Need to Know

Posted by IMEC on May 17, 2022 3:26:50 PM

This is an original article from the NIST Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

This blog is part one of a series on cybersecurity and Industry 4.0.

This morning my favorite local morning news program had an interesting segment on new slang words and what they mean. While the definitions were probably not necessary for Millennials or Generation Z, for Baby Boomers like me it was an eye-opening vocabulary lesson. I must admit I didn’t know what boujee meant, even though I had heard it a few times – like when my niece said the wine glasses I used at Thanksgiving were boujee.

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Cybersecurity for the Manufacturing Sector: Reduce Data Integrity Breaches with NIST SP 1800-10

Posted by IMEC on May 3, 2022 10:35:14 AM

This is an original article from the NIST Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

Industrial control systems (ICS) help manufacturers boost productivity, optimize efficiency and advance production lines. Historically, ICS networks were isolated from the information technology (IT) networks and internet, or “air gapped.” Today, air gapping is no longer an effective security strategy, and for various business reasons, many ICS manufacturing networks are now integrated with IT networks and connected to the internet. This makes ICS more vulnerable to cyber threats such as malware, malicious insider activity and human error.

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Printer Security Tips to Prevent Cyberattacks Against your Business

Posted by IMEC on Jan 28, 2022 8:16:34 AM

This article is written by Webit.

 

Business leaders invest a lot of time and resources into cybersecurity because they understand that protecting sensitive data is a necessity in the digital age. One business component that often gets overlooked are business printers. They are also vulnerable to cyberattacks, so make sure to follow these tips to ensure your company stays protected.

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A Guide to Implementing Proactive Cybersecurity Measures

Posted by IMEC on Jan 14, 2022 3:13:08 PM

This article is written by Webit.

Running a business has always been a challenge, but the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape has made it even more so. Every day, newer, more sophisticated cyberthreats emerge, putting businesses at risk of significant data, productivity, and financial losses. Implementing a proactive cybersecurity strategy is an effective way to keep these threats at bay and ensure continuous operations. Here’s how to do it.

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Is your business for sale without your knowledge?

Posted by IMEC on Aug 10, 2021 2:12:49 PM

Original article, written by Eric Reiger, Founder/President of WEBIT Services, Inc.

Welcome to the next-level threat facing American businesses. The bad guys have organized and they are now selling access to corporate networks they have already breached (without detection) to other groups of bad guys.

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Cybersecurity Tactics to Take Right Now

Posted by IMEC on Jul 30, 2021 9:32:33 AM

This is an original article from Cre8tive Technology and Design.

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Commonly Misused Terms in Cybersecurity

Posted by IMEC on Jun 28, 2021 1:10:01 PM

Written by Celia Paulsen, NIST MEP Cybersecurity Services Specialist.

Words are hard. English is hard. How we manage to communicate anything is nigh a miracle.

Sometimes I wish I was Oscar Wilde or Mark Twain or any of the other great authors who seem to be able to effortlessly describe a character or a scenario so that the reader can envision perfectly what they mean.

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Maintaining Your Online Privacy

Posted by IMEC on Jun 22, 2021 12:46:48 PM

This is an original article from NIST Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

It might not be the most important subject on your mind when running your business, but online privacy is becoming increasingly important as we move closer to a fully internet-connected world.

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Steps to Take to Prepare for CMMC Compliance

Posted by IMEC on Jun 15, 2021 8:13:00 AM

This is an original article from Cre8tive Technology and Design.

Find the CMMC Level Needed For Your Business

There are five different tiers of CMMC, depending on your level of involvement with the federal government. The levels of CMMC range from “Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene” all the way up to “Advanced/Progressive.” The level of CMMC that you may need for your business will depend if contracts you want to bid on have to do with classified or unclassified DoD information. The level of CMMC required for contracts will be defined in Requests, for Information and Requests for Proposals provided by the DoD.

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What A&D Manufacturers Need to Know About CMMC

Posted by IMEC on Jun 10, 2021 9:12:50 AM

This is an original article from Cre8tive Technology and Design.

Aerospace and Defense manufacturers are well aware of the certifications and audits they have to go through in order to operate. The Department of Defense is now starting to require the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, or CMMC.

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