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Critical infrastructure protection with integrated Intel security solutions

04 November 2015

Emerson Process Management has joined forces with Intel Security to enhance and strengthen its integrated cyber security solution to better secure the DeltaV DCS and help safeguard critical assets and data.

The DeltaV DCS has long incorporated built-for-purpose control system firewalls and network switches that provide easy-to-configure security and protection features to help system networks remain available, reliable and more secure.

“Through our global network of experts, we follow ‘defence in depth’ layered security practices designed to comply with emerging cyber security standards and combat new, emerging, and complex threats,” said Sean Sims, vice president of Emerson’s Lifecycle Services. “Taking the next step to expand our offerings and deliver enhanced control system protection means our customers experience increased protection without sacrificing availability.”

The new solutions are said to provide efficient compliance measures and instant intelligence for changing threat environments, along with the power of real-time visibility and centralised management through a single platform.

“Through our partnership, we are able to provide a portfolio of technologies designed to address the increasing cyber security threat landscape to industrial control systems,” said Tom Moore, vice president, embedded sales at Intel Security. “By combining our industry expertise, Emerson is able to serve its customers more efficiently, increasing their security posture and availability.”


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