Critical Infrastructure security is of paramount importance in protecting systems and services that are essential to society and the economy: power and water distribution networks, transport and communications grids. 

The real-world, high-profile consequences of a cyber-attack could include service disruption, environmental damage, financial loss and personal injury on a large scale. 

There is also the often-mammoth task of managing many customers, handling data relating to usage, payments and connection status, as well as dealing with geographically diverse legacy systems. 

Advisory groups and national governments often place considerable pressure on critical infrastructure, for example through the Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) in the UK and the Australian Government’s Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre (CISC).

How Huntsman Security can help

A strong cyber security posture is fundamental to the success of your ongoing operations. Here are some sectors that may need to double-down on their cyber security protection:

  • Defence and national security
  • Banking and finance
  • Food and grocery
  • Energy
  • Data and Cloud
  • Space – Civil, national security and commercial
  • Education, research and innovation
  • Transport, Freight, Shipping and Logistics
  • Communications
  • Water
  • Health

If you sit within, lead a security team working in these sectors, or operate at an executive or director level, you know that your operations must be high performing, resilient and secure. 

At Huntsman Security, we are experienced in supporting critical infrastructure organisations to manage their cyber security risk controls, with applications supporting security control monitoring and measurement. 

Our comprehensive Attack Surface Management (ASM) capabilities automatically verify your IT assets, measure vulnerabilities and report any areas of changing cyber risk. Our applications also provide inbuilt summary reporting to keep executives and directors informed of your cyber posture, to support their cyber governance responsibilities too.


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