Industrial & manufacturing

The future of the manufacturing industry and industrial IoT.

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Secure and connected

Manufacturers are always on the lookout to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and to understand the latest technological trends to help them reach these goals.

Developments in security and networking technology have accelerated the past years and continue to do so. Industry 4.0. Industrial Internet of Things. Smart factories. Terms you’re either already familiar with or trying to demystify to understand how they can improve your current processes.

We’re here to help in providing the tailored services and solutions you need. This way, you can count on us as your strategic and operational partner to ensure you have implemented the latest and most suitable technologies for your cybersecurity or network infrastructure needs.

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Industry challenges

Do these challenges sound familiar?

Each of these challenges demands a strategic approach, balancing the need for advanced connectivity and operational efficiency with robust security measures.

Upgrading to Industry 4.0

The shift towards Industry 4.0, smart factories, and smart warehousing necessitates advanced network and security solutions.

Cyber threats from connectivity and automation

Heightened connectivity and automation in industrial processes increase the vulnerability to cyber threats.

Data breach detection

Ensuring reliable and effective detection of data breaches remains a critical challenge.

Data security compliance

Adhering to GDPR, NIS2 and other data security regulations is a complex, ongoing requirement.

Expertise in complex architectures

There's a notable gap in manpower and specialised expertise to manage and secure complex industrial architectures.

Efficient process management

Overseeing all activities and processes in a constantly evolving industrial environment is a significant managerial challenge.

Legacy systems and integration

Industrial companies struggle with integrating outdated systems into modern security frameworks.

Complex supply chains

Intricate supply chains pose increased security risks with multiple potential vulnerability points.

EQIOM connects and secures branches with integrated SD-WAN and cloud security solution

EQIOM specialises in the production and distribution of building materials for the construction and civil engineering sectors. With plants, quarries, platforms, and cement works all over France, EQIOM is recognised for the know-how and reliability of its technical, logistical, and commercial teams.

When the contract for its remote MPLS-based WAN networks was coming to an end, EQIOM turned to its long-standing partner Nomios. Together with the security and network experts at Nomios, EQIOM researched the possibilities for the renewal of its private lines and the advantages of SD-WAN.

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Global Executive Cybersecurity,
Nomios Netherlands


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