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What Cyber Security Risk Could Make An Airplane Fall Out Of The Sky? With Paul Powers

What Cyber Security Risk Could Make An Airplane Fall Out Of The Sky? With Paul Powers

Update: 2020-08-07
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Manufacturing is notorious for having lax cyber security controls. But what about critical manufacturing sectors that make nuclear reactors, airplanes, or foundational components of skyscrapers? They have it all together, right?

Maybe not. In this episode, Katelyn Ilkani interviews Paul Powers, the CEO of Physna. Paul discusses an often overlooked component of manufacturing security: securing the CAD drawings.

If a cyber attacker could make one small, undetected change to a CAD design, it could lead to catastrophic failure of the object being designed - and it may not be detected until the object has been manufactured and is in use.

Let's find out more in this episode of Security Economy.

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What Cyber Security Risk Could Make An Airplane Fall Out Of The Sky? With Paul Powers

What Cyber Security Risk Could Make An Airplane Fall Out Of The Sky? With Paul Powers

Katelyn Ilkani