Laurynas Prikockis, CIO of Lithuania-based Western Shipyard Group is on a mission to transform IT into to a true business enabler. The company is implementing Industry 4.0 best practices that bring infrastructure, ERP and cybersecurity teams to work in unison.
OT/IT convergence has been a topic of much discussion. But as more IT infrastructure moves from on-premises to the cloud, there are security and other concerns about how on-premises OT infrastructure will integrate with applications and workloads running in the cloud.
Changing business landscape confronts CIOs with two key challenges when planning their IT road map - speeding up the pace of technologies to adapt to changing business needs and future-proofing IT investments against fast technology obsolescence.
As more organizations encounter the amalgamation of OT and IT, they face new security challenges. The threat surface broadens with a plethora of largely unsecured devices. This poses a threat to IT. Multi-layered security with a defense-in-depth approach can mitigate the risks.
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