Operationalizing Cyber Resilience
Today's complex global cyber ecosystem is comprised of sector and cross-sector interconnected and interdependent cyber-physical systems relying upon sustainable cyber resilience to protect, detect, respond and recover from potentially catastrophic cascading cyber incidents.Read More
Speed to Market
Sustaining Quality & Public Trust
Manufacturing Cyber Resilience is dependent upon integration of cybersecurity into lean processes, iterative design, development and testing; customer prototyping, staff innovation and education, supply chain policies and performance metrics measured against organizational goals and objectives.Read More
The Manufacturing Industry stands an extraordinary opportunity to leverage connecting globally trusted public/private cybersecurity assets and resources to manage cyber risk, breaking down long-standing barriers and silos. Strengthening cyber resilience requires innovative leadership to move from a reactive to a proactive stance, engagement and sustainable collaboration, coordination and action....a shared stakeholder responsibility.Read More
The Global Manufacturing Cyber Governance Center (GMCGC) and the GMCGC Global Manufacturing Information Sharing & Analysis Organization (GM-ISAO) strengthen cyber resilience via a trusted international public/private partnership.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
Global Manufacturing Ecosystem
TRANSFORMING TO A RESILIENT ECOSYSTEM
Manufacturing innovation combines information and operations technology to drive advanced manufacturing (additive manufacturing, advanced materials, SMART/automated machines. the Internet of Things (IoT) and other technologies) that are igniting intelligent physical production and connected supply chains. Manufacturers must decide how and where to invest in new technologies and identify which ones will drive the most benefits – all of which must be cyber resilient.
Cyber Resilience Alignment to Business Mission
OPERATIONALIZING CYBER RESILIENCE
Five common Manufacturing business/mission objectives provide the necessary context for identifying and managing cybersecurity risk mitigation efforts for the Manufacturing Sector. Other business/mission objectives also need to be addressed, but five core objectives map to key cybersecurity practices that support each objective, allowing the Manufacturing Sector to better prioritize actions and resources according to each individual organization’s and each individual user’s defined needs.
Risk Categorization Defined Risk Levels
MANUFACTURING RISK SYSTEM CATEGORIZATION
Manufacturing organizational risk is unique. Risk management strategies must inform and prioritize cybersecurity decisions. A clear understanding of business drivers and security considerations specific to the organization (business and operations), the Manufacturing System, its environment and supply chain are required. Recurring risk assessments and validation of business drivers help select targets states for cybersecurity activities that reflect desired outcomes.
HOW WE ARE STRENGTHENING MANUFACTURING CYBER RESILIENCE
Global Manufacturing Cyber Governance Center (GM-CGC)
OPERATIONALIZING CYBER RESILIENCE
Global Manufacturing includes owners, operators and other stakeholders, each with a role in the manufacturing ecosystem, all dependent upon cyber resilience. To enable operationalizing cyber resilience, a public/private partnership led by Manufacturing owners and operators in collaboration with government (US DHS, US Dept. of Commerce, etc.) established:
THE GLOBAL MANUFACTURING
CYBER GOVERNANCE CENTER (GM-CGC)
Global Institute for Cybersecurity + Research (GICSR)
NASA/Kennedy Space Center, FL
Global Manufacturing ISAO (GM-ISAO)
ENABLING CYBER RESILIENCE
Moving from a reactive to a proactive security stance requires addressing cybersecurity from a risk-based approach, assessing Maritime- and Port-specific cyber risks and interdependencies, expanding beyond physical aspects of security and safety, and advancing greater real-time information exchange and sharing”actionable intelligence” and response solutions to enable and ensure systems protection, accessibility, reliability and resiliency.
To advance cyber resilience, a strategic collaborative public/private partnership established the Maritime & Port Security Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (MPS-ISAO), a non-profit Member-led organization.
Cyber Resilience Role-Based Workforce Education
ACHIEVING CYBER RESILIENCE
To achieve cyber resilience, the GM-CGC and the GM-ISAO each have a mission to energize and promote a robust network and an ecosystem of cybersecurity education and workforce development, leveraging best practices (guidance and standards).
To fulfill this mission, in addition to providing a Global Cyber Range already comprised of over 400 courses and a “customizable” cyber range to practice cyber skills, the GM-CGC is working with stakeholders to develop Manufacturing-specific cyber resilience operational guidance, supported by role-based workforce education and sector/cross-sector exercises.