The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is transforming the manufacturing industry by enabling real-time monitoring, control, and optimization of industrial processes. However, with the growing number of interconnected devices, the risk of cyber attacks on IIoT systems is also increasing. Therefore, it is essential to implement robust cybersecurity measures to protect IIoT systems from potential threats.

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IIoT Cyber Security

IIoT is Sweeping The World

The increasing use of IIoT systems in manufacturing operations makes it essential to prioritize cybersecurity. By implementing robust cybersecurity measures and regularly assessing and updating them, businesses can mitigate the risk of cyber attacks on their IIoT systems, reduce downtime and equipment damage, and protect their employees and reputation.

  • 80%+ Industrial enterprises would implement IIoT projects by 2022

  • 8bn+ ARM chips will be integrated in IIoT applications in 2022

IIoT Cyber Security

IIoT Vulnerability Linked Attacks Are Now Overdue

A growing concern as the adoption of IIoT devices and systems continues to rise. Industrial systems have traditionally been isolated from the internet, making them less vulnerable to cyber threats. However, as IIoT devices become more common, they are increasingly connected to corporate networks and the internet, which makes them more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

  • More than 1/2 the organizations with IIoT devices have no security measures in place

  • Number of Cyber Security incidents increased by 50% in just one year

  • In 7 years ransomware damages leapfrogged 61x

Our Approach

Trustcore Security for ARM Powered IIoT Devices

  • Secure Communication Channels

    Use secure communication protocols, such as SSL or TLS, to encrypt data transmitted between IIoT devices and systems.

  • Implement Access Control

    Implement access control measures, thru strong authentication and authorization policies, to prevent unauthorized access.

  • Regularly Update Software

    Keep IIoT software up-to-date with the latest security patches to address known vulnerabilities.

  • Use Network Segmentation

    Use network segmentation to separate IIoT systems from other networks and limit access to critical systems and data.