Critical national infrastructure protection

Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), typically defined as assets essential to the safety, security and economic wellbeing of a country, require the highest levels of protection to prevent, mitigate and enable effective response to risks. Those charged with Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) face a heavy responsibility to ensure the risk of disasters (including loss of life and severe economic damage) are minimized as far as possible. Governments also impose strict regulations surrounding the protection of national infrastructure, meaning that even where there are no consequences to an unmanaged risk, organizations can still face financial penalties for failing to address it. Critical infrastructure generally includes assets such as:

  • Transport hubs such as airports and ports
  • Energy generation and distribution infrastructure
  • Military bases
  • Nuclear power and waste facilities
  • Water and wastewater treatment plants
  • Government facilities
  • Space centers
  • Critical manufacturing
  • Communications

Our RFeye systems provide 24/7 monitoring of the electromagnetic spectrum to protect CNI from a number of physical, electronic, cyber and human threats. The autonomy of our monitoring systems allow this additional layer of security to be achieved without creating additional tasks and workload for security staff.

space center launch
Get in touch

Speak to an application specialist

Get in touch

Drones and critical infrastructure

Guarding your key facilities against drone intrusion

Resolving RF interference

Effective and efficient interference hunting

Port security

Protecting sensitive data

Case study: Space center