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As more devices connect to the Internet, it’s more important than ever to protect industrial networks against cyber security vulnerability. from The Journal by Chet Namboodri, Managing Director, Global Enterprise Business, Manufacturing Vertical, Cisco Manufacturing is undergoing radical advancements, much like the ones we’ve seen in health care and education, thanks to the Internet of Everything (IoE) and all of the people, data, processes and things it connects. It’s estimated that by 2020, 50 billion devices and objects will be connected to the Internet, including many devices in the manufacturing world. “Smart” factories where machines “talk” to one another, fleet vehicles such as trucks and forklifts with sensors that monitor their movements, and even wireless inventory tracking devices are all in play at manufacturers across the globe. In addition, manufacturers are embracing a new generation of machine-tomachine (M2M) and person-to-machine (P2M) systems, as well as mobile applications and cloud-based services that drive efficiency and innovation across their value chain. @winkleelectric I winkle.com


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