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Milford, OH, that will allow Siemens’ industrial security specialists based at these sites to monitor facilities world- wide for cyber threats and to warn companies of security incidents and coordinate proactive countermeasures. Siemens also expanded its collabo- ration with Intel Security for industrial security solutions at the Hannover Messe show in Germany, and released its new Mindsphere cloud security offering. The expanded Siemens and Intel collabora- tion is meant to help protect industrial automation systems from increased cyber threats. The partnership leverages Intel Security solutions, such as anti-virus software, white-listing and security infor- mation and event management (SIEM) within the framework of plant security services. The offering encompasses Intel Security solutions, including McAfee VirusScan, McAfee Application Control, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) and McAfee Enterprise Security Manager. MindSphere is Siemens’ open industry cloud offering that is being offered as a beta release. “Mind- Sphere is a new service offering that people can get from Siemens, and the other piece is the analytics portion,” said Tom Elswick, director of business development, Automa- tion Products, Factory Automation, Siemens Industry Inc. Digital Factory Division (Norcross, GA). MindSphere will form the basis of data-based services from Siemens, such as preventative maintenance of machine tools or integrated drive systems.


Fast, Secure Cloud-Based MES Another new entry for the cloud is the MES software


recently released by 42Q, the product division of contract manufacturer Sanmina (San Jose, CA). The 42Q cloud- based MES software has been used by Sanmina in the electronics sector for a few years, and the company in May announced a commercial version of the software. Key features of 42Q include a fully cloud-based MES that as a cloud solution does not require an IT professional to install and configure but is said to be easily configured by


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businesses. The 42Q MES offers fast, robust functionality, with tracking, serialization, routing, work instructions and pa- perless travelers that can be configured and used the same day. With its on-demand pricing, the 42Q software’s pay-per- use subscription model gives businesses flexibility. The growth in IIoT devices potentially exposes manu-


facturers to potential risks from cyberattacks. But in some cases, cloud-based solutions can actually improve upon security compared with many on-premises solutions. “We agree that the potential risks increase with the


growing number of interconnected devices and systems. The good news is that the providers of IoT and IIoT man- agement and orchestration solutions are building stronger security into their technology,” said Srivats Ramaswami, 42Q chief technical officer. “Manufacturing is a lower-value target for cyber attacks compared to financial, personal, government or strong IP targets.” A number of precautions are necessary for manufacturers to secure their manufacturing operations, he added.


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