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Industry 4.0 must improve cyber attack protection - study

Tuesday 17 November 2015 | 18:02 CET | News
Industry 4.0 (intelligent networking of people, machines, production) needs to improve protection against cyber attacks to be successful, according to the latest Cyber Security Report from Deutsche Telekom. Almost 90 percent of political and economic decision-makers see IT security as the greatest challenge to achieving a complete transition to Industry 4.0. Most (84%) managers believe that the risk of attacks will rise with Industry 4.0. Other Industry 4.0 related challenges include nationwide coverage with high-speed Internet (80%) and reaching agreement on unified global standards (81%).

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Deutsche Telekom
Countries: Germany
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