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Waterfall Security Solutions and Schneider Electric, a specialist in energy management, have entered a partnership to bring what they call "stronger than firewall" cybersecurity technologies to Schneider customers.

Starting with the Schneider Electric control system platforms, the Waterfall suite of solutions will help improve control system network perimeter security and simplify compliance with industrial cybersecurity standards and best practices, ranging from the power sector's NERC CIP standards to the cross-industry IEC 62443 and NIST documents.

"Schneider Electric's partnership with Waterfall is the next step in our commitment to assist customers in operating secure systems by complementing our secure core offer with best-in-class partners," comments David Doggett, Schneider’s cybersecurity program director.


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