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Release date- 31072014 -
The partnership will work with utilities and municipalities to protect their water and wastewater collection, distribution and treatment systems, dams, ports and hydroelectric power infrastructure around the world.
This partnership leverages the MWH experience with global water utility systems and CSC's industry-leading cybersecurity intrusion detection, prevention and mitigation capabilities to help secure the world's most critical resources. The offerings will feature highly specialized cybersecurity services that specifically support industrial and utility control systems.
'Ports, dams, canals, and water treatment and distribution systems are vital resources, and safeguarding these assets is essential to global commerce and a citizen's very way of life,' said
'In partnering with MWH, the gold standard in water and natural resources infrastructure for almost 200 years, we're providing a customized next-generation security solution that's delivered in a trusted, integrated and efficient manner,' said
'This is a truly innovative and exciting initiative that leverages the global reach and strengths of both MWH and CSC. This partnership creates a delivery team that speaks the language of the water industry and works to truly do the right thing, the right way for our critical infrastructure.'
In recent years, cybersecurity breaches to utility infrastructure have resulted in service outages and threats to customer well-being. The
The MWH and CSC utility infrastructure cybersecurity services are now available in more than 70 countries, which are increasingly focused on protecting critical infrastructure with integrated technology offerings for industrial control systems (ICS), advanced threat detection, application security, cloud security, network monitoring and management, incident response and national regulatory compliance.
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