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Critical Infrastructure Protection
» Crafting national regulations
» Physical security & cyber defense
» Integrated risk surveys
» Master planning
» Technological & engineering specifications
» Supervising installation and integration of technological systems
» Certifying Directors of Security
» Crafting security procedures and operational commands
» Operational readiness training
» Audit & control
» Penetration testing


Preserving Functional Continuity & Protecting People and the Environment

Strategic facilities around the world are no longer under the sole ownership of governments. Today, private enterprises own and operate critical infrastructure (CI) including communications networks, gas and water supplies, and power sources.

This translates into a key responsibility to preserve functional continuity and to protect both people and environments surrounding CI facilities from the threats of terrorism, war, cyber-attacks and criminal acts.

In many places around the world, regulations for privately owned CI do not even exist.

Our team is rising to meet this challenge and has carved out three protection goals:

  • Preserving functional continuity of essential services in the face of damage from all types of threats.
  • Preventing/Reducing loss of life and damage to the environment.  
  • Preventing a domino effect whereby damage to a single facility ignites a chain reaction crashing one facility after another.

 

Developing National Regulations for Privately Owned CI

In Israel today, we serve as a principal advisor to the Israeli Ministry of Energy & Water Resources working to develop the first national regulation for the security of privately-owned, critical infrastructure. The regulation will encompass over 50 facilities and 40 planned facilities throughout the country including water desalination plants; power plants operated by gas, solar, diesel fuel, pumped storage and bio-mass; liquefied hydrocarbon gas containers and distribution centers; Natural gas reception facilities, distribution companies, and marine production facilities; and the production and storage of fuel and petroleum products.