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Cybersecurity Threats are Hiding Inside Your CNC Machines. What Can You Do About it?

Explore security risks associated with computer numerical control of machine tools with real-world scenarios

Computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools are the basis for modern manufacturing. When connected to factory computer networks, this technology can feed tremendous amounts of process data used by manufacturing, sales, procurement, and human resources.

But this valuable connectivity is also a major source of risk. If a cybercriminal were to make a security intrusion into the CNC equipment, they could take your entire production hostage.

As part of our security research, we performed an evaluation on four representative vendors’ machines and categorized attacks into five main types. We’ll explore these security risks discovered when conducting possible attacks against real-world CNC machines.

Watch our on-demand recording for research results, as well as:

Security risks in IT/OT interconnected systems
Red-Circle-Check.png Risk management of your expanding attack surface
Red-Circle-Check.png The importance of context-aware detection and response

Presented by William J. Malik

Vice President, Infrastructure Strategies, Trend Micro

Bill helps clients achieve an effective information security posture spanning endpoints, networks, servers, cloud, and the IoT. This process involves technology, policy, organizational design, and procedures and influences the product lifecycle from acquisition or development through deployment, operations, maintenance, and replacement, or retirement.

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