While recovering from a cyberattack can be costly and take lots of time, major follow-on consequences can cost even more and take more time to recover from. A cyberattack such as ransomware, especially one that causes downtime or shutdowns, can have reverberations throughout the infrastructure of a manufacturing or oil and gas company for months afterward. These can include extended downtime and equipment repair or replacement in addition to testing and recertification, as well as widespread profit loss from inability to fill contracts or even a complete shutdown of operations.

 

Read the full article from EE Times for Ron Brash’s insight into recent examples and impacts of ransomware and cyber attacks in the manufacturing and oil & gas industries.

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