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Technology is reshaping manufacturing – and specifically artificial intelligence (AI) is improving many manufacturing life cycle points: speeding up parts inspection, enabling predictive diagnostics, optimizing staffing and supply chains, and more. Advanced technologies - especially those like AI - are both progress and pain. They enable the manufacturing ecosystem to achieve value not seen before but also give bad actors more tools to attack a wider range of manufacturing assets from trade secrets to customer devices and after-market services. New combinations of human, technical, and business capabilities are needed to put up the good fight. If employers, cyber tool developers, and service providers combine the capabilities of AI and human cyber guardians with specific knowledge and needs focused on manufacturing vulnerabilities, manufacturers may stay ahead or come out on top instead of increasingly being a top target for cyber disruption and damage.
For all of those opportunities, it is the role of a Manufacturing Cybersecurity AI Engineer.