Manufacturers are allowing hundreds and thousands of people through their facility every year and they don’t know anything about them. While employees are screened upon hiring, contractors can create a security blindspot, as security teams don’t have in-depth background information on these visitors.
In this article, we spoke with McKay Johnson, Vice President of Sales with Ident Solutions, about the security risks associated with welcoming contractors to your manufacturing floor, and why there should be a greater concern for the single contractor, as opposed to a large group of possible attackers.
Download this article today and explore:
- Who are contractors and what are their responsibilities
- The value of a stolen laptop is more than just the replacement cost, but also the data on that laptop
- Why there needs to be more concern for the lone actor entering a facility