Information Security and Privacy for the Manufacturing Industry

Securing Proprietary Data

Protecting Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets

Your organization's data may be more valuable than you realize. Pratum helps manufacturers understand their current security postures and develop information security programs to protect sensitive data and trade secrets well into the future.

The threat of losing IP is a leading concern among manufacturers and clients. Security breaches jeopardize the confidentiality of proprietary data, which is why a strong security posture and diligent security culture can be a differentiator for manufacturers. Defending against these cyber-attacks may seem daunting, but with the right security approach, protection is attainable.

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Information Security Services for Manufacturing

As manufacturers utilize advanced manufacturing to gain a competitive advantage over rivals, the implementation of innovative technologies introduces a new set of security risks. While the integration of IT and operational technology (OT) adds value to manufacturing, we must be mindful to ensure it does not introduce unforeseen security vulnerabilities that could expose the organization and its data.

Globalization and supply chain expansion increases the demand for innovative technology and connectivity between manufacturers and vendors. Continuous communication can be great for improving efficiency, but it can also lead to the loss of manufacturer trade secrets and intellectual property (IP).

If your manufacturing organization struggles with any of the following information security risks, Pratum can help.

Manufacturing Uptime

Production Uptime

If one of your security vulnerabilities led to a security breach that caused production downtime, how would that impact your business?

Securing Intellectual Property

Protecting Intellectual Property

Who has access to your intellectual property? Do you know where it is stored and how it can been accessed?

Manufacturing Trade Secret Security

Trade Secrets

Does your organization value its trade secrets? Would you be devastated if the wrong person got ahold of them?

Improper Change Management

Proper Change Management

Are you properly controlling user (employee) access to data? How about former employees? Do any of them still have access?

Misunderstood Cyber Insurance Policy

Understanding Cyber Insurance Policy

Do you know what is covered in your cybersecurity insurance policy? Do you have enough coverage? Are you over insured?

Understaffed IT & Security Teams

Properly Staffing
Security Team

Is your organization staffed to handle all of its security needs? Do you have the necessary resources to protect your data?

Exploitable Technologies in Manufactured Products

Securing Technologies in Products

Are there exploitable technologies in your products? Is your technology exposing customers to cyber-attacks?

Sporadic Employee Training

Continuous Employee Training

How often do you provide security training to employees? Is the training persistent and relevant?

Outdated Policies & Procedures

Up to Date Policies & Procedures

How often are policies and procedures reviewed and updated? If your organization was audited, would you be prepared?

Solving Security Challenges

Manufacturers rely on Pratum's security leadership and supporting team of analysts and consultants for everything from penetration testing to Managed XDR and virtual CISO. We help manufacturers protect their businesses from competitors.

Information Security Services for Manufacturers

Certifications Held by Pratum’s Consultants and Analysts.

  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
  • Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP)
  • Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH)
  • GIAC Certified Forensic Analysts (GCFA)
  • GIAC Certified Intrusion Analysts (GCIA)

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