Say "No" to Pirates: Preventing Industrial Espionage & Sabotage

February 17, 2014
In the future, production facilities will be able to communicate and interact with one another, and machinery will often be remote-serviced. But no company boss wants to run the risk of opening the door to industrial espionage and sabotage with unsecure networks. A new development offers a particularly high level of security.
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