Cyber & Security: Information advantage at FIA
This time next week we will be all systems go for Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) 2018. The final of our four showcased areas is Cyber & Security.
Our society is increasingly technology driven and more digitally connected than ever – and with this comes threats. These threats are becoming increasingly high-profile with almost daily news items on the potentially disastrous consequences of these threats. Being able to effectively protect data, communication and assets is essential.
At QinetiQ we produce high quality and trusted intelligence collection, cyber, security and operational products, services and capabilities. We proudly lead in the provision of physical asset protection, integrating systems, as well as innovating and developing new capabilities to meet the evolving threat environment. We help secure our customers’ (from military to government and civilian) vital assets against emerging threats.
At Farnborough International Airshow we will touch on just some of QinetiQ’s solutions within Cyber and Security, which are grouped into four categories:
- Critical Infrastructure: e.g. SPO-NX, our stand-off threat detection system which is capable of scanning up to 1,000 people an hour!
- Intelligence: e.g. ASX, which offers state of the art airborne communications electronic surveillance.
- Secure Communications: e.g. Bracer The end-to-end encrypted secure communications solution
- Information Management: e.g. Enterprise Online – The information management system that enables seamless contract and performance management and real time collaboration.
This week we will be giving you a preview of what’s to come and sharing some great insights from Cyber and Security at FIA this year.
If you would like to visit our Chalet (A1), meet some of our leading experts, take a look around our exhibition space, and see demonstrations of how we can deliver innovative, mission-critical solutions please contact email@example.com.
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