What the Steel Industry Needs to Know about Cybersecurity
In today’s hyper-connected, technology-driven business environment, it’s not a question of if, but when, you will suffer a security breach. Considering direct financial losses, disruption to operations, damage to customer or investor relationships, compliance penalties and litigation, the impact of a breach can be enormous.
And with the steel industry’s reliance on automation and industrial controls, a successful hacker could disrupt machinery, manufacturing systems and processes, causing substantial damage. Read the full paper, "What the Steel Industry Needs to Know about Cybersecurity," to learn more.
While preventing cybersecurity breaches is difficult, early detection is key to faster response and remediation. All things considered, the cost of a breach will likely exceed the cost of preparation and prevention.
Are you prepared to respond to cybersecurity threats with confidence and minimize the damage? DXC Technology has developed a business white paper to help you answer that question.
The paper explores:
- The kinds of internal and external threats a steel mill might experience
- Challenges with the typical, fragmented cybersecurity approach employed by many steel mills
- An effective four-pronged approach to breach management for improved security
To learn more, read the full paper, "What the Steel Industry Needs to Know about Cybersecurity."