Solving the key security challenges of critical infrastructure
Security is more important than ever: this white paper explains what utilities can do to counter the current threats.
Everything from boiling a kettle to national security relies on our critical infrastructure. A single safety failure can set off a cascade of consequences. In the event of a major electricity outage, pumps would be inoperable, interrupting the supply of fresh water for cooking and cleaning, as well as our ability to process waste.
Utility sites tend to be dispersed and remote, making physical security difficult. They rely on a vast array of contractors and technician teams, so must guard against sabotage, theft and trespass, yet also facilitate access on demand — at any time of day or night, and often at short notice. Securing everything 24/7 involves complex workflows. To a utility, the cost of any shutdown is huge, in terms of reputation as well as pounds sterling.
This white paper explains how utilities can make their sites as secure as possible.
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