Manufacturing Cybersecurity Solutions
Every manufacturer is a technology company.
In order to succeed in today’s competitive and ever-changing environment, manufacturers must anticipate how their operational technology converges with the digital as well as the emergence of the Industrial Internet of Things. As a MSSP with experience working with manufacturers, Site2 is uniquely prepared to help your business prepare, comply, anticipate, and protect itself from a variety of threats.
By choosing Site2 as your organization’s MSSP, manufacturers can not only leverage our expertise in the industry, but also:
- Achieve regulatory compliance
- Benefit from responsive threat detection and prevention
- Receive incident response and recovery support
- Secure supply chain practices
Whether you need to augment your in-house IT team or ensure compliance as you seek to apply for government contracts, we can help. Not sure where to begin? Contact us today at 570-558-5660 for a consultation.
Manufacturers that contract with the Department of Defense face stringent cybersecurity requirements to ensure the protection of federal contract information (FCI), controlled unclassified information (CUI) and national security interests. Ensure your organization is prepared to meet DFARS regulatory compliance by implementing NIST and CMMC controls, policies and procedures.
Threat Detection and Prevention
Site2’s advanced threat detection and prevention capabilities ensures manufacturers have access to the real-time monitoring, behavior analysis, and anomaly detection needed not only for compliance but to safeguard operations as well as the integrity and availability of services.
Incident Response and Recovery
Manufacturers facing a natural disaster, infrastructure failure, or cybersecurity incident can rely on Site2’s expertise in incident response and recovery to restore operations while safeguarding for the future.
Secure Supply Chain Practices
Supply chain security is critical for manufacturers, especially those contracting with the Department of Defense. Site2 can help manufacturing partners implement secure supply chain practices, ranging from security risk assessments to vendor due diligence.