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Improving Filet Quality and Color

Improving Filet Quality and Color

Improving Filet Quality and Color   Overview: When combing the supermarket aisles for the best seafood options, many consumers will make their selection based on salmon filet color. Since salmon is known for its distinctive pink hue, dark pink...

Use Case: Root Cause Analysis for IIoT Operations

Use Case: Root Cause Analysis for IIoT Operations

Root Cause Analysisfor IIoT Operations    Overview The industrial and manufacturing industries are faced with no shortage of unique challenges in today’s landscape. Among these hurdles are supply chain disruptions and raw material shortages....


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Latest Webinar: Protect Your Operations Against Cyber Attacks

Part of the Sightline & Unisys Joint Cybersecurity Webinar Series

On February 5, a water treatment facility in Oldsmar, Florida was the victim of a cyber attack – when a hacker gained access to Oldsmar’s water treatment plant, bumping the sodium hydroxide in the water to a dangerous level.  

In this case, someone modified the ratios of chemicals used within the water supply. This type of breach could apply to virtually any type of industrial production. If a malicious actor accesses and adjusts manufacturing processes, millions of people could be harmed and cause incalculable damage to your brand & reputation.  Don’t let this happen to you.  

Our Webinar covered the following:

  • Why your ICS/SCADA environment needs better security
  • Understanding the “attack profile” and potential ramifications of the Florida water plant hack
  • Best practices to prevent this type of attack from happening to you
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Recent Webinar: Anatomy of a 2021 Cyber Attack

Part of the Sightline & Unisys Joint Cybersecurity Webinar Series

Hosted by Unisys' Lance Vaughn along with Sightline Systems' Brandon Witte, this 1-hour webinar explores the following questions with an eye towards the future of cybersecurity within manufacturing:

  • Where do attacks originate and infiltrate systems?
  • What are the stages and lifecycle of a modern attack?
  • Why are manufacturers now at an all-time high risk of a breach?
  • How can data intelligence and cybersecurity work together to identify & shut down potential risks?

Recent Workshop: AMS 2020

Sightline CEO Brandon Witte & David Gibson of Unisys discuss critical data security issues & solutions including:

  • The proven advantages and data about Smart Factories and Industry 4.0
  • Why Industry 4.0 and connected IT & OT systems have such an increase in potential points of entry for cyber threats
  • Types of attacks and potential outcomes for companies
  • Anatomy of a cyber attack & stages of an attack process
  • Some recent examples and data on the “cyber war” facing Industry 4.0, manufacturers, and utilities
  • Our proven model of protection & how we’ve chosen to address each step of the attack process

Recent Webinar: Industrial Cyber Security

Agilient's Mark Bezzina and speakers Chris Blask from Unisys and Brandon Witte from Sightline discuss management and security of Industry 4.0 legacy and emerging, rapidly growing IoT environments and compliance in the fiscal climate of supply chain inter-reliance. For more info on how Agilient can solve your complex security challenges, visit

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Client Testimonials

“We needed service level assurance across the many levels of our enterprise. Sightline makes a significant difference in our overall operations efficiency.”
Major Hospital System

Systems Engineer

“Sightline collects and analyzes sophisticated data in real time – with no noticeable impact on the performance of our production system. Its intuitive Web-based interface makes it easy to pinpoint performance bottlenecks, optimize use of system resources and project future capacity needs.”
IT Manager

Failure of software or the servers they run on is unacceptable when controlling chemical manufacturing processes. I was thrilled to find Sightline’s comprehensive monitoring solution so easy to use. With Sightline, we’re able to proactively address both hardware and software failures before they ever become a problem for the plant.”
Estron Chemical

“With everything running on one platform, superior service is crucial. Sightline has been Scottish Life’s primary means of maintaining high-quality service levels since 1992. Our business operation principles are: reliability, accuracy, speed, and clarity. Sightline is critical to our overall IT strategy. Sightline enables us to maintain a level of service that is satisfactory to our customers.”
Scottish Life

Neil Heydon-Dumbleton, Enterprise Systems Architect

“Within hours, we were able to view simultaneous performance data from our servers, applications and networks. We immediately started drilling down into the data, and quickly resolved a problem that had concerned us for weeks.”
Director of Operations

“There is no question that financial services companies must rely more and more on highly efficient IT systems to provide quality service to customers at minimum cost.”
Scottish Life

“Sightline tools diagnosed and addressed five critical issues that developed for DPW during the first two days of the ACA implementation. I don’t know how a project of this magnitude can be implemented without using Sightline.”
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services

Systems Administrator

“Sightline was able to identify an issue with our painting production line and a reason for higher blemishes on a certain day. Identification of this simple issue has saved our company more than $2 million per year so far.”
Major Automobile Manufacturer

“Sightline works very well and identified some shortcomings in my integrator’s initial setup. We were able to quickly resolve all issues thanks to Sightline.”
Major Chemical Manufacturing Company

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