All stakeholders in the industrial sphere are concerned.

Companies in the manufacturing industry: Food, Beverages, Textiles, Shoes, Paper, Industrial gas, pharmaceuticals, automotive, shipbuilding, etc.
Extractive industry companies: Coal, Natural gas, Iron, Oil, Stone, sand, etc.

Cyber risks in the industrial environment

31% increase in attacks on production tools in the Industry in 2017 (vs. 2016).


However, particularly in SMEs, a large majority of these players are not aware of the impacts of such an attack on their activity in the medium and short term.

Ensure the sustainability and continuity of industrial production

According to the CNIL, it is the duty of each company to ensure the security of your customers' data in all circumstances and therefore:


  • Ensure the sustainability and continuity of industrial production, while preserving the environment, human lives and the sovereignty of the country.

  • Guarantee the “integrity and operational safety” of the manufacturing line, the station, industrial sites in general and machines, vehicles, tools, “accessories”, computer support equipment in particular;

  • Protecting industrial espionage

  • Ensure the protection of personal data

  • Ensure the protection of customer data

  • Protecting against abuse of privileges

  • Ensure infrastructure protection

  • Ensure the protection of critical infrastructure essential to the smooth functioning of the country

  • Securing the relationship between suppliers and subcontractors

  • Ensure the traceability of production

  • Preserving the image of the establishment

  • Interact securely


As many ambitions as risks in the face of cyber attacks!

Successful attacks

Tesla, SpaceX, Boeing and Lockheed Martin are among the indirect victims of a ransomware cyber attack that hit one of their suppliers, Visser Precision. While waiting for the latter to pay a ransom, cyberattackers publish confidential industrial and commercial information concerning these large American industrialists. CAD files, cost breakdown sheets, invoices, emails ...

Data security breach can have a big impact on business

  • Non-compliance with the GDPR: Legal & financial sanctions

  • Non-respect of confidentiality, therefore relationship of trust undermined with your customers

  • Financial impact: Data reconstitution costs, see final data loss if no efficient electronic archiving, additional operating costs (staff, use of external equipment ...), expert fees to identify the origin and the circumstances of a claim, recourse costs, cost of IT reconstruction, possible ransoms (Bitcoins> €)

  • Loss of activity, slowing down of production or even stopping production, delay in deliveries, therefore immediate loss of turnover

  • Damage to the image and reputation of your establishment

  • Loss of personal information

  • Website unavailability

In order not to become the weak link of your customers, the operator in the industrial sphere must know their risks and their adversaries, and this in order to be able to set up the appropriate security tools: CyberDetection

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