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Category: IT Policies and Controls

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Cyber Threats in Advanced Enterprise Manufacturing

Enterprise manufacturers are susceptible to cyber attacks. We will discuss some of the threats that advanced manufacturing faces today and precautions to ensure stakeholder expectations are maintained.

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Work From Home Incident Protection

As more people access company resources from home, this shift creates many unexpected variables for manufacturers that may harm employees and the company. Learn more about these concerns within this article.

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Intellectual Property Protections

Protecting intellectual property should be one of your top priorities to ensure competitive advantage.

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3D Printing in U.S. Manufacturing

3D printing or additive manufacturing has become popular in recent years, and many security experts have begun to express their concerns.

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What is Social Engineering?

Given the financial losses due to the volume of social engineering attacks annually, you should know how useful your security training is and the key to modifying human behavior and critical to improving training effectiveness.

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What Are Red Teams and Why Conduct Exercises?

Valuable and objective insights about the existence of vulnerabilities, efficacy of defenses, and mitigating controls for the U.S. manufacturing industry. Click here to learn more about Red teams.

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How Third-Party Risks Impact the Supply Chain

A systematic approach to third-party risk management is needed for more effective supply chain management. Click here to learn more about third-party risk.

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15 Misconceptions About Supply Chain Cybersecurity

Comments or concerns regarding cybersecurity can often be myths or misconceptions. This helps explain why inaccurate conclusions and misconceptions about cybersecurity are common contributors to disruption within supply chains.