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New app assesses networks, automation assets and cybersecurity against current best practice and delivers risk rating upon which remedial work can be prioritised

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Rockwell Automation has released a new app that will help operations managers, plant floor managers and IT/OT professionals gauge levels of operational risk within their connected infrastructures.

The Assessment Hub app covers networks, automation assets and cybersecurity and has been developed to help ensure that managers are more aware of the increased level of risks associated with the growing expansion of connected workspaces and smart manufacturing

Available now for Android and iOS, the app asks a series of simple, intuitive and thought-provoking questions before delivering a personalised low-, medium- or high-risk rating, relative to current industry best practice.

According to Marc Baret, EMEA Regional Director, Customer Support and Maintenance, at Rockwell Automation: “Modern connected manufacturing operations rely on robust, secure interconnected infrastructures and assets – a weakness at any point in this chain can introduce significant operational risks. As factories and plants grow organically into a Connected Enterprise, it can be tough to keep track of precisely what has been installed and its potentially negative effects on the enterprise should any issues arise.

“We have developed this app to act as the starting point for a more thorough plant assessment,” he continues, “because in our significant experience, from projects all over the globe, simple operational issues and risks can often be indicative of larger, more widespread problems, which are not always that easy to predict or analyse.

“By asking questions about networks, assets and security – even just a few simple ones, such as those used in the app,” Baret concludes, “users can start to build a picture of where the potential risks are and then evolve and expand their operations in a more structured and well-managed environment. The primary aim of the app and our Network Security Services is to help our customers build a more secure and robust architecture upon which future, more productive and more profitable operations can be based.”

The Assessment Hub App is available now in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

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Notes to editors

Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK), the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., Rockwell Automation employs approximately 22,000 people serving customers in more than 80 countries.

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Rockwell Automation Ltd
Elena Popova – Marketing Communications UK and Ireland
Tel +44 1908 627889
Email: EPopova@ra.rockwell.com

Cadence Innovation Marketing
Tom Spencer
80 Coleman Street,
London.
EC2R 5BJ.
Tel: 0207 043 8847.
Email: tom@thecadenceteam.com

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