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How Physical Security Device Downtime Leaves Manufacturers Vulnerable

Manufacturers must not only be concerned with safeguarding individuals from criminal activities but also with addressing risks such as workplace accidents, lawsuits, and penalties that can result from unsafe working conditions.

But while manufacturers rely on connected devices to ensure their physical security, in many cases those devices are not managed properly. This can create a risk of significant downtime, leaving manufacturers without the protection that their physical security devices are supposed to provide. At the same time, inadequately managed physical security devices can present easy targets for hackers, leaving manufacturers vulnerable to cybercrime. 

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How widespread are the risks posed by inadequately managed physical security devices?
How high are the stakes for manufacturers?
How can SecuriThings help manufacturers manage their physical security devices in ways that protect them from both physical and cyber dangers?

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