Inmarsat

Mining businesses vulnerable to cybersecurity risks by failing to secure their Industrial IoT deployments

A network is only secure as its weakest point

Industrial IoT a key force in reducing the environmental impact of the mining sector, finds Inmarsat

Research finds almost half of mining organizations are pursuing Industrial IoT to improve environmental footprint and resource efficiency.

Mining organizations struggle to exploit mission critical data created by Industrial IoT applications

Inmarsat research finds only 6% of organizations are able to use Industrial IoT data effectively due to connectivity challenges

Inmarsat and Auxilium establish partnership to deliver satellite IIoT solutions to mining industry

Inmarsat and Auxilium join forces to accelerate adoption of smart mining solutions in Australia

Businesses expect Industrial IoT to boost their revenues by $154 million finds Inmarsat study

Over a third struggle with connectivity issues to fully deploy Industrial IoT across the global supply chain

Mining industry must strengthen cybersecurity measures to profit from IoT, finds Inmarsat

Mining businesses will struggle to realize the full benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) if they cannot improve their cybersecurity capabilities. The latest research from Inmarsat shows that most mining businesses recognize they are unprepared for the cybersecurity defences that IoT solutions require, with 94% admitting that their approach to cybersecurity could be improved, and 64% reporting that they need additional staff skilled in cybersecurity to safely deploy IoT.