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Security Executives Believe Their Manufacturing Processes are Vulnerable to Cyberattacks

December 12, 2017 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Threats & Incidents

Executives worldwide acknowledge the increasingly high stakes of cyber insecurity. Leaders of organizations that use automation or robotics indicate their awareness of the potentially significant fallout of cyber attacks. Forty percent of survey respondents cite the disruption of operations as the biggest potential consequence of a cyber attack, 39% cite the compromise of sensitive data, 32% cite harm to product quality, 29% cite damage to physical property, and 22% cite harm to human life.
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