DGS understands the complexities in securing critical assets, such as power plants and gasoline substations. Infrastructure is spread across large geographic regions, with limited personnel on site. To satisfy demand, additional infrastructure continues to be added.
Threats have also become more sophisticated. Drones are used for reconnaissance, with mobile devices utilized for precise coordination. Theft and vandalism are still occurring, but criminals are also breaking into sites to access networks containing sensitive information.
To protect critical utility assets, DGS developed CLEARSKY™.
Learning engines analyze wireless activity 24×7, determing what is typical for an environment and highlighting potential threat.
Advanced awareness is provided as to the presence of two-way radios, cellular phones, Wi-Fi networks and drones, providing the necessary time to react.
Details are provided regarding the threat, enabling intelligent incident response.
DGS CLEARSKY™ technology delivers enhanced situational intelligence regarding the existence of surveillance activities and potential adversaries in proximity to site. Wireless signatures denoting the existence of surveillance equipment, as well as the presence of mobile radios and cellular phones, are detected automatically. Alarms, containing details such as drone type and line of bearing, are sent to network operation centers supporting swift remediation.
As technology continues to evolve and threats continue to become more sophisticated, DGS technology offers smart technology enhancing physical and cyber security efforts for utilities.
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