Honda Designs Tiny EV for Children's Hospitals
It borrows parts from a Honda IndyCar.
Ford Changes Blue Oval; Railyard Explosion; F-35 Crash | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 137
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September 25, 2023
Space Factory Denied Re-Entry to Earth
Just how long can its payload last in orbit?
September 20, 2023
Gen Z in Manufacturing: Young Workers Have Been Programmed to Handle Cobots
A 23-year-old project engineer discusses the generational divide when it comes to working with industrial robots.
July 26, 2023
Gen Z in Manufacturing: Gen Z Just Wants to Work Differently
A 25-year-old Siemens employee discusses the Gen Z mindset in manufacturing and how manufacturers can adapt to attract more talent from the younger demographic.
May 9, 2023
3M to Lay Off 6,000 Workers
The layoffs are separate from the 2,500 job cuts announced in January 2023.
April 25, 2023
China Cuts Access to Key Materials; Alumacraft Layoffs; Toyota's Gigacasting Prototype | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 138
October 2, 2023
Security Breach: 'They're Hitting Everyone They Can'
September 29, 2023
Security Breach: How Hackers Are Targeting Vehicles and Fleets
September 21, 2023
Security Breach: Looking Back to Move Forward
September 14, 2023
Security Breach: Inside the Summer's Biggest Industrial Hacks
Takeaways from two unique, yet similarly damaging attacks that targeted manufacturers.
September 7, 2023
Security Breach: Knowing 'What Is Good'
Using data to break down silos, reverse engineer outcomes, and identify emerging threats like WormGPT.
August 24, 2023
Security Breach: 'The Edge Always Goes to the Attacker'
Embracing the "not if, but when" mindset when forming plans and selecting OT security tools.
August 18, 2023
Security Breach: Phishing Lessons and 'Shifting the Target'
How a global manufacturer learned from past attacks, and the most critical benefit of security tools.
August 10, 2023
Security Breach: Why OT Is 'Insecure by Design'
More than just making sure it works, OT technology needs security to be at the forefront of digital transformation.
August 4, 2023
Security Breach: How Cloud Apps Are Elevating Malware Threats
Hackers are leveraging trusted sources like Google, Microsoft and Adobe to drop twice as much malware on manufacturing.
July 26, 2023
Security Breach: AI - Use It or Lose
Evaluating the tools and technology needed to create and defend your data fortress.
July 14, 2023
Security Breach: Data that Will Identify and Defeat Hackers
Vital defensive tactics that go beyond the attacker.
June 30, 2023
Security Breach: The Impressive and Terrifying Evolution of Ransomware Gangs
How hackers are targeting ERP systems and automating more attacks.
June 22, 2023
Security Breach: Humans, 'Promiscuous Devices' Creating More Threats
How increasingly complex attacks might demand taking humans out of the cybersecurity loop.
June 14, 2023
Security Breach: Enemies at the Gate
Credential harvesting, backdoor attacks and staying on top of who or what is logging into your networks.
June 8, 2023
Security Breach: Why the Bad Guys Are Salivating Over Mfg.
Inside the resurgence of ransomware attacks and the rise of billion-dollar "unicorn" hacker gangs.
June 1, 2023
Security Breach: More than Security, Cyber Defense Is 'Life Safety'
Strategies for breaking down IT silos in learning how people, devices and networks can be attacked.
May 25, 2023
Security Breach: Making Hackers Pay (Literally)
Why cybersecurity is all about ROI, and other "unsexy" stuff on which to build your defenses.
May 18, 2023
Security Breach: The Stealing, Extorting of Your Competitive Advantages
How a rise in supply chain-focused phishing schemes is squeezing manufacturers from all sides.
May 10, 2023