Energy & industry

Critical infrastucture protection

The continuous, uninterrupted, uncompromised availability and granted in-service status of critical backbone elements of human erected infrastructure need protection against attacks and adversary actions from both the physical and the cyberspace. Our combination of deep knowledge of explosives and cyber risks prevails.

Digital and physical systems are converging in a changing world. Systems that once managed critical infrastructure operations are now connected to the internet, sharing sensitive data. However, this new structure brings new security problems. 

Critical infrastructure describes the physical and cyber systems and assets that are so vital that their incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on physical or economic security or public health or safety. These sectors include the chemical sector, commercial facilities sector, and communications sector.

Critical infrastructure organizations must use a robust framework to mitigate disasters across their environment. Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) helps organizations prepare for and respond to incidents and protect against a growing number of threats.

Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) is the need to protect a region's vital infrastructures such as food and agriculture or transportation. Every government in every nation has a responsibility to protect critical infrastructure against natural disasters, terrorist activities, and now cyber threats. It is paramount that security in infrastructure sectors is of the highest standard. Disaster response and recovery are top priorities. 

Experts at Qtics possess extensive knowledge regarding potential issues in cyberspace, protecting critical infrastructure as the digital foundation of our societies. We provide safety solutions, risk evaluation, and counseling to ensure crucial data remains in the safest hands.