Automatica: Reducing Risks in Industrial Control Networks - Increase Productivity Findings from the ICS anomaly detection

, Leipzig
  • Modern robotics environments require seamless network monitoring to ensure the operational continuity of IIoT companies
  • Rhebo presents insights and solutions for stable and safe industrial processes
  • Case studies from long-term monitoring and audits show new threats to productivity and cybersecurity

Leipzig, June 13, 2018 - The complete digitization of production environments is the core theme of this year's Automatica trade fair in Munich. The leading exhibition for Smart Automation and Robotics in 2018 will be presented with the topic »Optimize Your Production!«. The industry expects more cost efficiency, faster processes and higher sales.

At the same time, it is predicted that responsibility will be distributed to less employees in the future. The most important responsibility will be to protect the control systems (Industrial Control System, ICS) as the central nervous system of digitized companies from disruptions. The faster the production processes become, the more even the smallest disturbances by cyber attacks or technical error conditions could endanger whole process chains. The continuity of the operational business is thus inseparable from the Industrial Network Continuity.

Practical examples and solutions for ICS monitoring

German technology company Rhebo will be providing insights into the different risk vectors for networked ICS at this year's Automatica trade fair. Rhebo will show at its booth and in a technical lecture, how ICS as a nervous system of modern production facilities is protected against disturbances of any kind in order to increase safety and productivity. Rhebo will present its visitors the risks and safeguards by means of the industrial anomaly detection  Rhebo Industrial Protector, based on case studies from long-term monitoring and Rhebo Industry 4.0 Stability and Security Audits (RISSA) in automated companies and critical infrastructures.

Visit Rhebo from June 19-22, 2018 at Automatica: booth IT2Industry @ Automatica B4.215.

Rhebo-lecture:

»Find the saboteur - safeguarding the trouble-free operation of networked industrial plants.« Frank Stummer, Business Development, Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - 12.00 pm - IT2Industry Forum, Future and Innovation Hall B4

About Rhebo

Rhebo is a German technology company specializing in the reliability of industrial control systems by monitoring data communication. Rhebo provides hardware, software and services to protect and increase networked industrial control systems and critical infrastructures. Rhebo is one of the top 30 industrial security vendors in Gartner's "Market Leader in Industrial Safety 2017". The company is also a member of the Teletrust - Federal Association IT Security e.V.

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