Cyber Protection for Mission Critical Infrastructure


Cyber breaches and intellectual property (IP) theft are on the rise as nation-state actors continue to threaten the safety and reliability of critical infrastructure. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) defines sixteen critical infrastructure sectors that are considered vital to the United States’ security, national economic security and national public health and safety1 .

These sectors include:

  • chemical, communications, dams, energy, financial,
  • food and agriculture, healthcare, information technology (IT), manufacturing, transportation and water and waste management.

While ransomware and data breaches occupy the mainstream consciousness for cybersecurity breaches, cyber attacks on critical infrastructure systems have the potential to impact human safety, production reliability, the environment, business revenue, and the brands of companies of all sizes.

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1 Critical Infrastructure Sectors, U.S. Department of Homeland Security.