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Cyber Security Powers Smart Factories: Enabling Secure Integration of IT and OT Environments

With many modern manufacturers aspiring to drive smart factories with improved plant operations and reduced costs, discover how the Secure Industrial Analytics Solution (SIAS)* protects against new cyber risks and responds faster to threats thanks to end point device cloaking, cryptographic zoning and data encryption.

With dynamic isolation also in play, security is enabled for both IT and OT environments by detecting and responding to malicious events in near real time.

Secure Industrial Analytics Solution (SIAS)

The Secure Industrial Analytics Solution, or SIAS™, powered by Sightline and secured by Unisys, helps to keep connected infrastructure productive and secure while reducing downtime and improving operational efficiency.

Securing Digital and Physical Assets across IT and OT

Achieve Connectivity

Link your networks whilst maintaining a security perimeter and allowing only ‘least privileged’.

A New Approach to Security

Move to a zero trust model: trust no user or device, inside or outside the private network.

Improve Response Times

Vast amounts of data can now be correlated in seconds for quantitative decision making.

Policy Control
Unlock Efficiencies and Cost Savings

Leverage new insights to improve labour efficiency, resource utilization and total output.

Threat Actors and the Motivation Behind the Attack

Watch this Unisys and Sightline webinar on how our partners and customers are working with us to thwart cyber-attacks. Listen to Brandon Witte, CEO of Sightline Systems, Brian Dixon, Security Architect at Unisys Corporation and Cybersecurity expert Damien Apone, the Global Security Program Director at Genuine Parts Company, discuss the threat actors and motivation behind cyber-attacks.


Protecting Your Operations Against Cyber Attacks

​A webinar looking at how a recent attack on a US state's water treatment facilities could have been prevented

​The cyber attack on a Florida Water Treatment Facility in February 2021 highlighted how cyber actors can access systems by exploiting cybersecurity weaknesses, including poor password security and outdated operating systems to compromise software used to remotely manage production and treatment facilities in an OT and IT environment.