Preserve safety, reduce unplanned downtime and maintain asset & process integrity
The next step in manufacturing efficiency requires connected machines--the "digital industrial" concept. Connected assets like assembly robots, 3D printers and CNC lathes, mills and routers are moving to condition-based maintenance with forecasted downtime. Beyond that, using new and existing SCADA and DCS networks to communicate, manufacturing assets can share information with inventory systems, transportation, and even operating finished goods to improve core metrics like yield, utilization and power usage. Ultimately, connectivity provides more information and control that can be used to make and act on better decisions, increasingly without slow human intervention.
GE, with over 500 manufacturing sites around the globe, knows that connectivity is core to competitiveness. However, increased asset and OT (operational technology) network connectivity also exposes manufacturing operations and assets to greater cyber threat.
Wurldtech solutions are designed to help you build resilience into your operations. With people, process and technology that leverage deep OT cyber domain expertise, we can help fortify your systems and processes to reduce the risk associated with cyber threats. This cyber risk mitigation extends from making sure that the devices you purchase or design are resilient, to training your executives and field workers in cyber security, to installing and monitoring devices that reduce the cyber attack surface of your daily operations.
Because understanding your manufacturing environment is critical, Wurldtech's security professionals are experts in ICS and SCADA industrial security, process controls and embedded systems. Our goal is to help you preserve safety, avoid unplanned downtime and maintain process and asset integrity.
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