In this webcast you will learn how to protect industrial networks and securing manufacturing networks.
The growing relevance of WLAN in the production environment is hardly surprising, because compared to fixed cabling, it enables flexible data transmission between machines. In addition, employees can easily access devices, applications and data.
However, in addition to economic advantages - since standard components are now used for data exchange - this circumstance also offers enormous potential for danger. With the increasing networking of production systems, which in some cases extends into the office world, the complexity and vulnerability of the networks is increasing. In contrast to the office world, sensitive components in production networks, such as robots, machines and controls, cannot be protected with the usual means.