From energy, communications and healthcare to transportation systems and more, critical infrastructure encompasses a wide range of sectors which are interdependent. It, in fact, holds up our nation’s security and provides the necessary functions that citizens need in their day to day lives. However, challenges pertaining to critical infrastructure sector is ever evolving.
Considering their complexity and volatility, due investment and innovation has become the need of the hour. For instance, at Bharat Aero, in our bid to help the organisations in critical infrastructure sector, we challenge ourselves in doing ground-breaking research in the field of electromagnetic waves. We study how various kinds of electromagnetic waves react when exposed to certain parts of aerial robots.
While the open nature of wireless networks has definitely come off as a boon as it facilitates seamless communications, at the same time, it has also increased vulnerabilities of many organisations. Speaking of which, aerial robots are increasingly being used as a tool of scrutiny. Thus, our aim at Bharat Aero is to prevent organisations from falling victim to such aerial robots that are being operated with ill intent. However, this pertains to the safeguarding of physical assets.
At a time when everything has gone online, securing the digital assets is also equally important, if not more. In this regard, it is imperative that organisations have robust cyber security systems in place to make themselves immune against any kind of cyber intrusion.
Technology keeps on evolving and that is inevitable. However, as a company working in the critical infrastructure sector, accordingly upgrading the security system for both digital as well as critical assets is crucial. As businesses continue to automate their processes and operations, their critical assets have become the key target. Thus, designing a system that has security as the first and foremost priority is the way forward to keep their assets impenetrable.