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Telvent GIT SA, a real-time IT solutions and information provider, has partnered with Industrial Defender to expand its cybersecurity capabilities within Telvent's utility and critical infrastructure solutions.

Through this partnership, Industrial Defender's Automation Systems Manager (ASM) product will leverage the data collected and analyzed by Telvent technologies to provide a unified view that allows critical infrastructure sectors to better monitor, manage and protect their control systems.

According to Telvent, ASM automatically detects new devices connecting to the network, allowing for faster decision-making as to whether a change is planned or potentially malicious. Telvent’s secure data and distribution management solutions will be certified and fully integrated with Industrial Defender's offering.

“Through this partnership, our customers will gain a fully customizable solution of operational and cybersecurity capabilities,” says Telvent Chairman and CEO Ignacio Gonzalez.


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