During the past two decades, we have seen an incredible evolution of technical solutions. The way companies used to operate only 20 years ago today is totally obsolete.
Nowadays many objects we use in our daily life are connected and are able to continuously exchange different kinds of information (health, economic, private life, etc.).
In this context of growth and development, the concept of security assumes a central role for all companies that become potential victims of cyberattacks of different nature against their IT & OT environments.
Cyber-attacks can bring to a halt the whole production department of a company, even for longer long periods if threats are not faced opportunely, causing huge capital losses for missing production and cost for recovering the systems from damage.
Security has become the watchdog of the OT production department, where a control process constitutes an important challenge for companies that need to maintain the delicate balance between efficiency and effectiveness.