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CISA, Others Unveil Guide for Secure Software Manufacturing

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Joint Road Map Details How Manufacturers Should Bake Security Into Design Processes Cybersecurity authorities issued a road map Thursday detailing how software manufacturers should go about baking security into their design processes.

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The Biggest Challenge to Adopting Security Tech in Manufacturing

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Addressing Manufacturing Vulnerabilities It’s only a matter of time before plants, critical infrastructure, and factories evolve into more interconnected and digital spaces.

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Experts Say Chinese Safes Pose Risks to US National Security

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Senator Urges Government to Tell Public About Little-Known Manufacturer Reset Codes Experts told ISMG that Chinese-made locks and commercial safes could pose national security risks when used by major U.S.

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Secure by Design: UK Enforces IoT Device Cybersecurity Rules

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Law Bans Universal Default Passwords; Requires Bug-Reporting Channels, Update Plan Say goodbye to buying internet of things devices in Britain with a default or hardcoded password set to "12345," as the country has banned manufacturers from shipping internet-connected and network-connected devices that don't comply with minimum cybersecurity standards. (..)

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COVID-19: Security Risks As Manufacturers Shift Gears

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As automobile manufacturers and others rush to shift to production of ventilators and other medical equipment and supplies to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, they must take steps to ensure security, privacy and safety risks are addressed, says technology attorney Steven Teppler.

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Medical Device Security: The Manufacturer's View

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Michael McNeil of Philips on the Manufacturer's Role in Improving Device Cybersecurity Awareness of medical device security issues has grown dramatically over the past few years. But Michael McNeil of device manufacturer Philips argues that cybersecurity is still years behind where it should be, so stakeholders are playing catch-up.

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Industry 4.0 Points Up Need for Improved Security for Manufacturers

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With manufacturing ranking as the fourth most targeted sector, manufacturers that understand their exposure will be able to build the necessary security maturity.