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Posted on: Aug 28, 2019

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By Mark Voigtmann, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP

The word on the factory floor—if you are the one person in this industry who still has not heard—is manufacturing processes are vulnerable to hacks. Not from hacks dressed in suits and ties—that discussion is for a different day—but from the ones in hoodies sitting in front of a computer screen or among those sinister ops teams overseas. Those scoundrels will hold data for ransom, steal intellectual property (IP), or turn things on and off for the fun of it. According to the experts, there’s not much standing in their way.

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