UTILITIES AND ENERGY
Cyber espionage is a major issue for critical infrastructures, accounting for 31% of lost information
Critical infrastructures need Adeya’s integral security to prevent data loss and exposure.
Critical infrastructures, like energy and utilities, have been victims of major incidents
In Q2 and Q3 of 2016, 40% of industrial infrastructures suffered cyberattacks (PWC, The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2018). And, in 2017, almost one-third of utility companies lost valuable internal information to competitors or cybercriminals. The same numbers had customer or employee records compromised because of data breaches (Experian, Data Breach Industry Forecast 2018).
It is vital that these infrastructures work at optimum efficiency whilst maintaining resilience. Cyber espionage and hacktivism are real concerns for the industry.
Cyber-resilience via secure collaboration and secure communications
The utilities sector has a number of complex communication needs. Often workers are remote, working in regions with poor connectivity. Offshore teams and a mix of remote, off-shore, and in-house teams push the requirements of collaboration and communications to the limit.
Within this environment, intellectual property and proprietary information needs to be shared, quickly, as tasks are often time-dependent. Securing communications within the type of cyber hostile environment experienced by critical infrastructures like utilities is crucial.
Adeya provides the highest grade of encryption to secure your communications
Adeya can ensure that the data communicated via collaboration between workers and third parties is protected using military-grade encryption, robust authentication, and by applying a privacy by design approach to workplace communication and collaboration.
Your data and communications protected, yet accessible, even in remote locations
Adeya provide the right levels of flexibility mixed with security to allow seamless team collaboration and communication to happen. Our solutions can be used with little or no data connectivity making them perfect for workers in remote locations.