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The Fourth Industrial Revolution (AKA Industry 4.0) changed the goods we make and the way in which we make them. New technologies in manufacturing make it easier than ever to produce higher quality products more efficiently. However, this revolution also provides cyber threat actors with more means to enter networks and new ways to disrupt industries and their supply chains. Each new technological adoption adds a new vulnerability to a manufacturing business’s cybersecurity landscape. Building a security posture strong enough to withstand cybercrime’s projected 15% per year growth while keeping production moving requires a disciplined, well-planned and well-executed approach to security. But you don’t have to do it alone.