Attackers are hunting for weakness to break in and steal intellectual property. This data is the crown jewel of any manufacturer to compete in global markets: designs, processes, plans and techniques. Cybercriminals are well-resourced and proactively aiming to harvest your data to sell on the Dark Web.
In manufacturing, global supply chains create more security gaps. Supply chain connections are filled with points of failure, exposures and potential exploits. Mergers, acquisitions and partnerships only increase the probability of cybercriminal success.
Manufacturing is a common target for cyberattack. But manufacturers are fighting back with strong authentication, next-generation firewalls, zero-trust networks and ongoing penetration tests to discover every weakness. Manufacturers need enterprise-grade security orchestration to prevent downtimes, stay ahead of compliance and prevent successful attacks.
FireMon is the only solution capable of continuous security for manufacturing, because only FireMon brings the powerful fusion of vulnerability management, continuous compliance and orchestration.
Global supply chains, OT and fabrication are filled with weaknesses, attack simulation shows how an exposure can become an exploit.
Discover how vulnerabilities are accessible in the context of network policy. Attack simulation lets you stand in the shoes of an attacker and see which patches take priority.
Audits run risk of downtime and standards are always evolving. Continuous compliance means you’re ready for anything.
FireMon’s compliance reporting comes with a library of 350+ controls along with out-of-the-box industry standards like PCI DSS, SOX, NIST and others. Real-time monitoring makes you always audit-ready.
Manufacturers coordinate materials, fabrication and distribution in nanoseconds. Let’s do the same with security.
Every step of the change process – request, design, risk review, implementation and decommissioning – are all automated from your single FireMon console. You can be sure the right change happens in minutes instead of weeks.