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Cyber Security for Machine Shops and Manufacturers

Cyber security is now a major issue for manufacturers. Here's a handy list of guides, software and training centers offered by key U.S. government agencies to help companies lower the risk of cyber threats.

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Our September 2015 cover story about the Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 states that cyber security is now a major issue as machine tools and factory equipment become interconnected or linked to the Web. A recent article by Ben Moses, Technical Director at AMT—The Association For Manufacturing Technology provides a handy list of guides, software and training centers offered by key U.S. government agencies to help companies lower the risk of cyber threats. Find the article here.

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