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Wed, May 22 2019
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Rockwell Automation - The Colony
6601 Cascades Ct Suite 130 The Colony, Texas 75056
You’re invited: Rockwell Automation DFW User Group
We often think of threats to manufacturing as coming from a nefarious program hacker, lurking in the dark, and we think to ourselves, “we are safe, who would want to attack our process?”.Threats to manufacturing processes come from a variety of sources, both internal threats and external threats.Many people, acting internally, routinely make unilateral changes to manufacturing processes, which can significantly alter the quality and or productivity of the product. Although well-intentioned, the outcome of those changes do not always work out to the benefit of the product.
Additionally, threats to manufacturing can come from outside sources. Outside service engineers from equipment manufacturers can apply unilateral changes, well-intentioned but unannounced and undocumented.
This DFW User Group discussion is centered around a holistic approach to defending manufacturing processes, covering everything from restricting physical access to restricting program access and restricting access to the industrial network. Come eat some lunch, talk to your peers in industrial automation, learn, and share your experiences.
May Topic: Industrial Control System Security
To RSVP Contact Mark McGinnis
For more details, please contact Mark McGinnis at 214-938-1357.
Rockwell Automation DFW User Group - Dallas