Manufacturing Industry FBI Cybersecurity Briefing

Stacey MarlerCybersecurity: Understanding the Risks, NIST Cybersecurity Framework Steps

Please join San Diego’s special agents and industry operators for an exclusive FBI briefing. About this event According to the 2022 “X-Force Threat Intelligence Index” by IBM Security, no industry is more targeted by cyber attackers than manufacturing. Half of these attacks are aimed at small businesses and the cost of the average data breach for a U.S. company has … Read More

Cobots & Automation in Manufacturing It Might Be Easier than You Think

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Industry 4.0, Webinars

You’ve heard about cobots and Robots and Automation. They sound cool, but maybe you feel they’re “out of your league”, or hard to set up and just plain expensive. Now it’s time to know some facts about how cobots have become more affordable and user-friendly. With today’s labor shortages and all the advances in manufacturing automation, it’s no longer a … Read More

SHOW ME COBOTS NOW: A Great (Surprisingly Doable!) Workforce Solution for these Troubled Times.

Lyndsey ParkerBob Beckmann, Blog, Industry 4.0

By Bob Beckmann, Missouri Enterprise Project Manager What once seemed like science fiction is quickly losing the fiction and is a part of many manufacturing facilities today.  Robots, or more specifically cobots (collaborative robots) have been around for a while, but adoption has been slow, including in our Show Me state of Missouri, where we need to see it with … Read More

How Smaller Manufacturers Can Take Advantage of Additive Manufacturing

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Industry 4.0

By: Dave Pierson “I’ve heard additive manufacturing is key to driving innovation in our industry, but how does it really deliver value?” “We’ve looked at some additive manufacturing machines, but how can we justify the expense when we’re trying to eliminate our capital expenditures?” “Is additive manufacturing worth the investment?” I field questions like these every time I host or … Read More

Cybersecurity – Protect Your Company

Lyndsey ParkerBlog, Cybersecurity: Understanding the Risks, Missouri Enterprise

Published: March 28, 2016 Small manufacturers are big targets of cyber attacks. Cyber criminals are seeking your information including employee and customer records, banking and financial data, and access to larger networks. Small manufacturers are often seen as an easy entry point into larger businesses and government agencies. With limited resources and budgets, small manufacturers needcybersecurity guidance, solutions, and training that … Read More