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Siemens India wins first cyber security contract for power plant automation

It will provide cyber security solution for to protect CLP India's power plant automation system

BS B2B Bureau  |  Mumbai 

India has bagged its first order in category for from Private Limited, the Mumbai-based wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP Holdings Limited, which is one of the largest investor-owned power businesses in Asia. will implement a cyber-security solution for CLP India’s at Paguthan, Gujarat.

The solution being implemented by Limited will support CLP India’s efforts to bolster at its by detecting threats and minimising the risk of advanced cyber attacks. The solution detects, analyses and raises alarms of the threats that move laterally from Information Technology (IT) to Operational Technology (OT) networks. The solution also includes dedicated endpoint protection to prohibit execution of malicious applications.

Prashant Jain, head, power generation services, Ltd, said, “In today’s digitalised world, systems require robust and resilient delivery systems. Given the increasing frequency of cyber attacks, it is very important to obtain a precise picture of the level of the plant and its associated instrumentation and control systems. Protective measures can then be implemented to remedy any deficiencies detected.”

With the growing complexity of modern energy and power infrastructure, an increasing number of systems are connected through ‘Internet of Things’. This creates the probability of new security vulnerabilities due to the sheer number of connected systems and the low levels of security currently available in simple devices. 

“Digitalisation, of which is a key component, will have a huge role to play in India’s demand for reliable, efficient and clean power growing by increasing amount of urbanisation and industrialisation. We look forward to collaborating with our customers in their endeavours,” added Jain.

As an established global leader in the advancement of across a wide variety of industries, has developed comprehensive solutions for critical infrastructure, power and industrial control systems. These solutions conform to the latest international standards such as NERC-CIP (North American Electric Reliability Corporation critical infrastructure protection) and VGB, the European technical association for power and heat generation.

provides comprehensive security solutions combining physical security, network security, and system and software integrity. Over the past years, AG remote diagnostic engineers have gained data from thousands of machines across the globe. The Remote Diagnostic Centers (RDCs), in the last year, generated a large amount of Proactive Notifications; 40 percent of which avoided forced outages and 20 percent transformed forced outages into planned activities.

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Siemens India wins first cyber security contract for power plant automation

It will provide cyber security solution for to protect CLP India's power plant automation system

It will provide cyber security solution for to protect CLP India's power plant automation system
India has bagged its first order in category for from Private Limited, the Mumbai-based wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP Holdings Limited, which is one of the largest investor-owned power businesses in Asia. will implement a cyber-security solution for CLP India’s at Paguthan, Gujarat.

The solution being implemented by Limited will support CLP India’s efforts to bolster at its by detecting threats and minimising the risk of advanced cyber attacks. The solution detects, analyses and raises alarms of the threats that move laterally from Information Technology (IT) to Operational Technology (OT) networks. The solution also includes dedicated endpoint protection to prohibit execution of malicious applications.

Prashant Jain, head, power generation services, Ltd, said, “In today’s digitalised world, systems require robust and resilient delivery systems. Given the increasing frequency of cyber attacks, it is very important to obtain a precise picture of the level of the plant and its associated instrumentation and control systems. Protective measures can then be implemented to remedy any deficiencies detected.”

With the growing complexity of modern energy and power infrastructure, an increasing number of systems are connected through ‘Internet of Things’. This creates the probability of new security vulnerabilities due to the sheer number of connected systems and the low levels of security currently available in simple devices. 

“Digitalisation, of which is a key component, will have a huge role to play in India’s demand for reliable, efficient and clean power growing by increasing amount of urbanisation and industrialisation. We look forward to collaborating with our customers in their endeavours,” added Jain.

As an established global leader in the advancement of across a wide variety of industries, has developed comprehensive solutions for critical infrastructure, power and industrial control systems. These solutions conform to the latest international standards such as NERC-CIP (North American Electric Reliability Corporation critical infrastructure protection) and VGB, the European technical association for power and heat generation.

provides comprehensive security solutions combining physical security, network security, and system and software integrity. Over the past years, AG remote diagnostic engineers have gained data from thousands of machines across the globe. The Remote Diagnostic Centers (RDCs), in the last year, generated a large amount of Proactive Notifications; 40 percent of which avoided forced outages and 20 percent transformed forced outages into planned activities.
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Siemens India wins first cyber security contract for power plant automation

It will provide cyber security solution for to protect CLP India's power plant automation system

India has bagged its first order in category for from Private Limited, the Mumbai-based wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP Holdings Limited, which is one of the largest investor-owned power businesses in Asia. will implement a cyber-security solution for CLP India’s at Paguthan, Gujarat.

The solution being implemented by Limited will support CLP India’s efforts to bolster at its by detecting threats and minimising the risk of advanced cyber attacks. The solution detects, analyses and raises alarms of the threats that move laterally from Information Technology (IT) to Operational Technology (OT) networks. The solution also includes dedicated endpoint protection to prohibit execution of malicious applications.

Prashant Jain, head, power generation services, Ltd, said, “In today’s digitalised world, systems require robust and resilient delivery systems. Given the increasing frequency of cyber attacks, it is very important to obtain a precise picture of the level of the plant and its associated instrumentation and control systems. Protective measures can then be implemented to remedy any deficiencies detected.”

With the growing complexity of modern energy and power infrastructure, an increasing number of systems are connected through ‘Internet of Things’. This creates the probability of new security vulnerabilities due to the sheer number of connected systems and the low levels of security currently available in simple devices. 

“Digitalisation, of which is a key component, will have a huge role to play in India’s demand for reliable, efficient and clean power growing by increasing amount of urbanisation and industrialisation. We look forward to collaborating with our customers in their endeavours,” added Jain.

As an established global leader in the advancement of across a wide variety of industries, has developed comprehensive solutions for critical infrastructure, power and industrial control systems. These solutions conform to the latest international standards such as NERC-CIP (North American Electric Reliability Corporation critical infrastructure protection) and VGB, the European technical association for power and heat generation.

provides comprehensive security solutions combining physical security, network security, and system and software integrity. Over the past years, AG remote diagnostic engineers have gained data from thousands of machines across the globe. The Remote Diagnostic Centers (RDCs), in the last year, generated a large amount of Proactive Notifications; 40 percent of which avoided forced outages and 20 percent transformed forced outages into planned activities.

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