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10 Companies Getting Into The Critical Infrastructure Security Market

A big trend predicted by solution providers and security experts alike in 2016 is a rise in critical infrastructure attacks. Here are 10 vendors that are stepping up to meet that challenge with solutions.

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Symantec

In April, Symantec said it is teaming up with Rockwell Automation, an industrial automation and information company, to launch security solutions for connected industrial systems. Symantec, Mountain View, Calif., said Rockwell had already certified its Symantec Embedded Security: Critical Systems Protection solution for use with some of the company's software products. The partnership builds on a push by Symantec to invest in security solutions for the Internet of Things, including industrial control systems, cars and smart meters.

"The connectivity driving the industrial Internet of Things brings countless advantages for all manner of manufacturing and industrial automation, but requires effective protection to maximize plant uptime and safety," said Sean Doherty, vice president of technology partnerships and alliances, in a statement at the time. "Together, Symantec and Rockwell Automation are securing industrial systems against bad actors targeting critical infrastructure, further demonstrating our commitment to industrial security."

 
 
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