Recent Factory Automation News for August 3rd, 2023

Recent Factory Automation News for August 3rd, 2023

, by Jim Ryan, 1 min reading time

The manufacturing sector receives the largest share of cyber attacks (one-fourth). Schneider Electric, the industrial automation firm, will be offering manufacturers a managed security services (MSS) solution, and Industrial Defender now offers another product in this space: Phoenix. Anna Ribeiro reports on an analysis of recent trends by SynSaber and the ICS Avisory Project and on recent phishing attack techniques. If you're a bit at sea here, Brandon Bohle, an industrial cybersecurity analyst, offers first steps that manufacturers should consider taking and Kyle Falkenhagen also has advice.

New products and applications: inductive heaters for brazing steel, a rugged and fully configurable industrial PC, and a camera that enables high-speed image processing for industrial automation.

Ford will be tripling the production capacity of its F-150 Lightning plant in Dearborn.

Utility bills high in your factory? Here's energy consumption tracking software for manufacturers.

Turck has a new CEO.

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