Nov 27, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Critical Infrastructure Protection is expected to experience significant growth in the Middle East region over the coming years due to enormous investments in energy and transportation infrastructure. The construction of critical assets and key infrastructures is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years. Middle East CIP report focuses on technologies empowering the critical infrastructure owners with a feature rich platform to deliver secure environment to these infrastructures. These security solutions provide several advantages such as remote monitoring, improved command and control systems, perimeter security, quick response systems and better performance with simplified operations and workplace flexibility. CIP enables the Governments and public agencies to protect the infrastructures from threats such as terrorist attack, cyber attacks, natural disasters and epidemics. The Government and respective organizations are inclined towards providing security to their critical infrastructure.
The report focuses on the protective measures and solutions that need to be taken for protecting the critical infrastructures and also ensure smooth functioning of the economy, across the Middle East countries. The governments and infrastructure owners are together focusing on developing and deploying technologies that comply with internationally accepted reliability standards. These standards encompass physical and cyber security along with the required training and awareness. Enterprises across the globe are looking forward to implement these security standards into their current work scenarios. Players such as Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Kaspersky Lab, Thales, BAE Systems and McAfee provide better integrated solutions across all verticals. These companies are well positioned to provide solutions for critical processes across energy, transportation, sensitive areas and smart grids, despite different organizational structures and business process needs.