CAD designs, simulation data, and other related documents have to be shared more frequently across the supply chain. Here are the 5 steps commonly adopted by organizations to reduce CAD file data leakage.
The design, supply chain, and manufacturing industry is the most vulnerable industry for cyberattacks. Zero Trust is the only approach that would enable manufacturers to implement a least privilege access, which will greatly minimize the attack surface and reduce risk and complexity.
Supply chains are important components of every organization’s global operations. As cyber-attacks increase, supply chain leaders must take adequate steps to address vulnerabilities that can leave loss of IP. Let’s look at the top five reasons why the supply chain is the weakest link in your cybersecurity.
Siemens’ Teamcenter AIP DRM enables data protection through encryption thereby controlling the access and usage of the CAD & PLM data throughout its lifecycle. Siemens Teamcenter AIP DRM is powered by Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) and SECUDE.
Organizations that use AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor have to ensure adequate protection to their 3D designs when it is shared with other parties be it internal or external in the supply chain. HALOCAD applies Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) and protects sensitive AutoCAD & Autodesk Inventor CAD files from data thefts.
CAD files are the intellectual property of the manufacturing industry. Sharing sensitive CAD drawings with third-party vendors carries security risks. Learn more on how HALOCAD can help prevent sensitive CAD data when collaborating with 3rd party vendors/partners.
British Airways, Apple Inc., Tesla… the list just keeps growing. The latest in this infamous line is none other than Google. Recently, former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was accused of stealing self-driving car project details as he moved on to join Uber
SECUDE has developed a unique solution to protect Computer-Aided Design (CAD) files. The solution, exclusively meant for engineering and manufacturing companies across industries, will protect files, leveraging Microsoft Information Protection (MIP), across the design-to-production lifecycle.
In the world of manufacturing and high-tech companies the most critical IP, like details of either mature products or yet-to-be patented prototypes, is represented as constructional drawings typically stored as CAD files. Cyber-committed CEOs understand that business continuity in digital processes requires new data-centric security strategies. Here are three important points for you to keep in mind when protecting your CAD files.
IP is the crown jewel of any organization. Protecting it goes beyond traditional security paradigms. Here is the case study of a leading Swiss chip manufacturer who took the extra step of taking a data-centric approach beyond the standard security paradigm.