As we manage critical processes like energy distribution and street lighting control, we take our system’s security very seriously. When planning our proactive and reactive security protocols, we always take into account all possible scenarios, from day to day accidents (like equipment malfunction or communication loss) to natural disasters and harmful system tempering attempts.
For example, most of our systems are designed with local decision-making capabilities, to maintain local functionality in case of mainframe communication failure. Also, all our communication is encrypted and we use the latest VPN technologies to secure the data transfers.
But it is not all about passive security, we are actively monitoring system activities and react in real-time when we detect unauthorised tempering attempts. We make sure that nothing can go wrong.