Increased digitization contributes to more sustainable production, better productivity and increased innovation. However, industrial facilities are becoming more vulnerable to cyber attacks as digitization increases and IT systems are increasingly connected to production control systems.
Cyber threats are becoming more common and can lead to serious consequences:
- Business interruption: Lost revenue and production disruptions.
- Lost of data: business-critical information is stolen or destroyed.
- Impaired reputation: reputation and credibility among customers, investors and partners can be damaged.
- Financial consequences: high costs of restoring systems and data and dealing with legal consequences.
- Danger to safety: danger to the safety of employees and the public (eg. for facilities that handle dangerous substances).
- Regulatory consequences: penalties from authorities if current security standards and rules for information security are not followed..
Increase your awareness of cyber security and learn more about the serious consequences a cyber attack can have. With this course you will learn how your behavior can prevent cyber attacks.