Jointly published by Munich Networks and TÜV SÜD
The production industry is at the beginning of the next industrial paradigm change; also known as Industry 4.0. Key technological enablers like the “Internet of Things” and big data are ready to be deployed in the industry and will have an impact on business models and the daily operations of factories. However Smart Factories bring new challenges and IT security needs to be a top management priority.
The recent Smart Factory Innovation Forum, a jointly organised event by Munich Networks and TÜV SÜD, provided a forum for experts to discuss how security, safety and privacy in Smart Factories should be managed at a practical level. This white paper summarizes the discussion and provides guidelines for the Executive Management of companies planning to transform their factories into Smart Factories.
Why download this white paper?
- Find out why IT Security should be considered early when implementing Smart Factories
- Learn more about risks of cyber sabotage as well as data privacy requirements
- Discover the steps for IT security in Smart Factories