Data security: Protecting your most important assets

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Manage and protect product-related data across your organization.

Data Management Data Security

Digitalization brings numerous advantages, but an increasingly interconnected world also means daily risk exposure. Cyberattacks have become a serious threat to both our private and business lives. As the value of data grows, how do you adapt security practices to the protection of digital assets, from a traditional focus on physical assets like machines and buildings? And how can better data management help you organize, reuse and keep track of your data?

Join our webinar to learn how to manage and protect product-related data across your organization. We cover best practices as we follow the lifecycle of data from CAD creation through IT/OT network to the shop floor.

The value of data management

Data management solutions create value by letting companies do more with their technical information in an integrated, highly accessible—yet secure—environment. Effective data management starts with centralizing technical information and keeping it up to date. With data management strategies in place, you can better support processes across the product lifecycle, whether you are managing change, executing work processes, improving quality, or connecting external suppliers and customers.

The need for data management isn’t bound by company size – as assemblies get more complicated and workload increases, even small organizations and individuals can struggle to sort through hundreds or thousands of component models.

Webinar agenda

  • Influence of digitalization trends on Data security
  • Achieving higher visibility, transparency, traceability, and security of your product-related data
  • Cybersecurity principles
  • Case study – managing and protecting data

Join the webinar to learn:

  • How to achieve secure collaboration that ensures confidentiality, integrity, availability, and protection of product and production data throughout its lifecycle
  • How to protect valuable intellectual property from suppliers, partners, competitors, and black-hat hackers
  • How to ensure data integrity and prevent data loss as it moves from one point to another, inside as well as outside the organization
  • How to follow industrial cybersecurity standard ISO 62443

Data management and data security with Siemens

Siemens offers a scalable set of data management solutions to meet the varying needs of manufacturing organizations. Our solution enables you to rapidly implement data management practices to improve workflows and experience measurable results, such as improved revision control, faster engineering changes, and reduced errors.

Siemens helps its customers manage data security, allowing them to benefit from technological progress while keeping cybersecurity risks as low as possible. A security solution can only be implemented optimally when it is continuously adapted to new threats. Taking this into account, the products, solutions, and services from Siemens for cybersecurity offer proven protection in industrial plants, automation systems, and industrial networks, even for those in harsh environments. With digitalization and the ever-increasing networking of machines and plants, data security is always considered. The use of industrial security solutions precisely tailored to the needs of industry is therefore of fundamental importance – and should be inseparably linked with industrial communication.

Спикеры:

Sangamesh Andoor

Senior Application Engineer, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Sangamesh joined Siemens India operations in the year 2011 as Presales Technical Consultant. He moved to Siemens Global Technical Enablement team in 2019 to support the Solid Edge Portfolio products focusing on Modular Plant Design and Teamcenter integrations. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial & Production Engineering from Karnataka University Dharwad. His focus is enabling Siemens customers to address the ever-increasing design complexities in data management and providing solution consulting to Industry challenges

Muus Blokker

Director Business Development , Siemens Digital Industries Software

Muus is responsible for the EMEA and Germany region as a Director Business Development engaging with customers, markets and building business for Siemens internationally driving digitalization. He focuses on business and market development with extensive experience developing European and Global markets within Siemens, partners and customer organizations. Muus' track record includes developing and delivering management change strategies, multi-channel sales execution programs as well as bringing expertise in sales pipeline growth, channel development, lead generation and uncovering new markets for enterprise business applications and services.

Michal Dic

EMEA CEE Portfolio Development Executive - Mainstream Engineering , Siemens Digital Industries Software

Michal is responsible for the region of Central and Eastern Europe as a country Portfolio Development Executive in Mainstream Engineering. He works in close cooperation with our business partners across the region to achieve our common targets. He also directly engages with customers, qualifying those prospects and transferring them to relevant sales organizations within Siemens directly or Siemens DISW partners.

Boštjan Virant

Customer Services Specialist, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Boštjan is responsible for developing digital industries services business in Slovenia. He works closely with local as well as regional services and product teams to shape and deliver innovative services to the customers in the field of digital infrastructure. His primary focus is on industrial communications, industrial cybersecurity and industrial IoT.