After mechanization, mass production in the 19th century and automation of production in the 20th century, the 4th Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is characterized by the integration of digital technologies into manufacturing processes. The convergence between industry and the digital world is aimed at achieving further competitiveness gains. At every step in the production and supply chains, tools and workstations communicate constantly through the Internet and virtual networks. Machines, systems and products exchange information with each other and with the external world. By optimizing the production tool, manufacturers hope to produce faster, cheaper and more ecologically. Connectivity of data and objects is the critical component of Industry 4.0. Connectivity of software, equipment, data, massive data to be processed and cybersecurity become essential elements in a manufacturing system. CETIC can lead you in different ways on the way to the "factory of the future" in order to successfully transition to Industry 4.0.