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Welcome to Veracity

| Critical National Infrastructure sites are facilities essential to normal governance

| CNI facilities must be protected and monitored against physical or cyber attack

| All security systems for CNI must be cybersecure and expertly configured




CNI Security

Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) refers to the assets, systems, and networks that are essential for a country to function. CNI sites generally include: 1) Energy Facilities: Power plants, transmission & distribution networks, oil & gas refineries and pipelines. 2) Transportation: Airports, seaports, railway networks, major roadways and public transport. 3) Water and Sewage: Water treatment plants, reservoirs, pumping stations and sewage treatment facilities. 4) Telecoms: Communication sites, including landline and mobile networks, ISPs and data centres. 5) Financial Systems: Banks, stock exchanges, payment systems and other financial institutions. 6) Healthcare: Hospitals, medical research centers, pharmaceutical production facilities and emergency response systems. 7) Defence and Security Infrastructure: Military bases, command centres, intelligence agencies and law enforcement. 8) Government Buildings: Critical government buildings, including parliament houses, national archives and key administrative offices. 9) Emergency Services: Fire departments, police stations, emergency control rooms. 10) Food and Agriculture Systems: Infrastructure related to food production, storage, transportation, and distribution. Cybersecurity is crucial for such sites. Veracity develops systems specifically for CNI sites, including cybersecure communications, encrypted video recording, tamper-proof I/O control, and secure remote camera transmission across 4G/5G or internet.
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