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Manufacturing was not spared from disruption the past few years — in fact, this industry was among the hardest hit as COVID-19 ground some plants to a halt amid supply chain interruptions, ongoing shortages, and shipping delays. It’s vital that manufacturing leaders protect against cybersecurity threats to prevent further disruptions to productivity and work.
Depending on the IT person you ask, hardware warranties are either a giant scam or an essential purchase — and both camps feel their argument is valid. But how should warranties be considered in the era of remote working?
What’s the best strategy for organizations to streamline productivity, manage uptime, and stay ahead of constant cyber threats? For most organizations, the only safe path is to update, patch, restart and repeat.
While the cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving and shifting, one particular moment stands out from 2020 and 2021 that opened the door to new threats to supply chains.