Recent Cyber Attacks on Manufacturing Companies
Even with every cyber security measure in place, manufacturers still face very high risks of a cyber attack. As production now relies on technology, hackers often use social engineering, phishing, and ransomware to halt production until their demands are met. Manufacturing cyber security statistics outline that only 5% of the industry is insured with a cyber insurance policy, many manufacturers could face significant financial consequences without this coverage.
In our new, FREE, downloadable eBook, An Industry at Risk: Why Cyber Security for Manufacturing Environments Isn’t Enough to Protect Your Clients, we’ll break down:
- The potential effects a cyber attack can have on your clients
- NIST recommended steps your clients can take to reduce their risk
- Real-life manufacturing cyber attack examples
- How a cyber policy comes into effect following an attack
Whether your clients are facing data loss, digital asset damage, or business interruptions costs (or all of the above), a cyber policy can ensure that they’ll be prepared to face a cyber attack, should they fall victim.