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Information technology security solutions company Patriot Technologies and RADiFlow, a provider of secure industrial Ethernet solutions for critical infrastructure, have received a conditional grant from the Israeli/U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation to develop and market a secure smart grid automation communication solution.

According to Patriot, this solution will provide integrated cybersecurity measures for the interaction between the smart grid control center and remote distributed automation devices. The company adds that this secure platform will enable the reliable and secure monitoring and control of distributed smart grid assets.

Patriot notes that the secure smart grid automation communication solution will offer a unique firewall for highly secure connectivity between distributed automation assets.


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