What to consider when addressing plant cyber risk 

Cybercrime is a growing hazard for manufacturers today. Ransomware attacks by malicious actors that disable company networks cause billions of dollars in losses worldwide – sums that are escalating every year. How can food and beverage producers do to protect their systems against cyber threats? Our five-point guide brings you up to speed on what you need to know.

  1. Adopt a cybersecurity mindset 
  2. Work with an expert partner
  3. Conduct a maturity assessment
  4. Implement a secure infrastructure
  5. Establish effective governance

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