Key Findings from 2022 Data Threat Report – Manufacturing Edition

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Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst, 451 Research; Marcelo Delima, Global Solutions Marketing Manager, Thales

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Historically, manufacturers enjoyed relatively low risk of cyberattacks, due in part to minimal internet connectivity and a prevalence of non-cloud IT infrastructure. Today, the situation is much different, with internet connectivity pervasive throughout organizations due to internet of things (IoT) devices, distributed and cloud infrastructures that include third parties. The survey was conducted by 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, and includes data from 90 automotive and 157 non-automotive manufacturing security leaders and practitioners worldwide from 17 countries. Among the highlights from the report we found that: - 74% of automotive and 63% of non-automotive respondents have seen an increase in ransomware. - 51% of automotive and 61% of non-automotive manufacturers reported having 5 or more key management solutions. - Only 26% non-automotive manufacturers can fully classify all their data. - 80% of all manufacturing respondents indicated they were concerned with the risks of remote work. Participate in this webinar to review the changing landscape of data security risks and threats, including the leading sources of data threats, ransomware preparedness, security practices in the cloud and the threats of remote and hybrid workforces.

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