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CyberSecure IPS releases Video Short of Unified Cyber-Physical Protection (UCP)

Friday March 27, 2020

CyberSecure IPS is pleased to release an alpha  version of its Unified Cyber Physical Protection Framework architecture video.

This first release can be viewed in its entirety at https://solutions.cybersecureips.com/unified-cyber-physical-protection-overview.Vid PIc-1

The 5-minute video provides an overview of the  layered approach CyberSecure IPS is taking to provide end to end  physical infrastructure protection to its Government and Commercial Customers.

“We have been utilizing, with positive feedback, this multi-media platform which accompanies our marketing initiatives to various extended customer audiences who may have heard about our company but would like to take a deeper dive into our solutions.  These alpha versions are not yet ready for prime-time, but we think our market will enjoy previewing our concepts before participating in more direct communications with our team.  This video is an excellent visual aid to provide an overview of our product set in lieu of us presenting a solutions briefing in person,” states Scott Rye, CEO and Co-Founder. 

“I am excited to open up more of our product roadmap and this video is an easy way for prospective international customers to get to know us without having to travel across the globe.” – Bobby Nakanelua, VP of Innovation.  Bobby concludes: “We have more coming soon as it directly relates to Inside Plant (ISP) Protection as well as Outside Plant (OSP) Protection; this is just a teaser of what’s to come..”

About CyberSecure IPS

We are the global leader in Unified Cyber-Physical ProtectionTM (UCP) solutions. We secure the most vulnerable yet overlooked areas of cyber security: attacks of physical network infrastructures and theft of critical network assets.

SOURCE: CyberSecure IPS

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