Modern original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) face an assortment of manufacturing cybersecurity concerns — from threats against connected devices and databases in production operations, to challenges protecting customer information and trade secrets. mare not only tasked with producing world-class components and parts, but also have to manage the security of sensitive information, financial information, and production-line software. It’s a heavy burden to bear.
Insufficient security during operations can lead to attacks on connected devices, injection of unauthorized code, or even the production of unauthorized or fraudulent units – exposing manufacturers to significant financial and reputational damage, and placing consumers at risk. Once deployed, effective management of in-field updates to the product line can mean the difference between securing a satisfied customer or embarking on a crisis-management campaign. Embedding security by design into device development should not be an afterthought – it should be “must have” from the start.
Keyfactor Command for IoT gives manufacturers a complete, efficient and effective cybersecurity solution for preventing the dangers posed by hacks of product-control systems and theft of sensitive customer information. A loss of trust has clear financial costs and impacts to the physical safety of workers and consumers alike. Keyfactor Command for IoT eliminates these risks, offering end-to-end security for connected devices, protecting your line and the products you manufacture.