The nature of digital manufacturing and design (DM&D), and its heavy reliance on creating a digital thread of product and process data and information, makes it a prime target for hackers and counterfeiters. This course will introduce students to why creating a strong and secure infrastructure should be of paramount concern for anyone operating in the DM&D domain, and measures that can be employed to protect operational technologies, systems and resources.
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Overall a good course- the final section (which applies to the DMD specialization) should have had a gate where folks who were only interested in the Cyber security portion could escape.
This course addresses an issue that not to be overlooked in Industry 4.0: Cybersecurity! System security is a key strategy for an Advanced Manufacturing project.
cyber security is must thing in the world which enables all the services to work safe and good. Lecturers teaching is amazing i loved it and he nailed it!
Excellent course with a ton of great information and resources. I learned a lot about cybersecurity and its role in digital manufacturing systems.
Is financial aid available?