Lockheed Martin Corp. has updated its industrial automation systems tool for customers to meet cybersecurity, compliance and change management requirements.
Critical infrastructure businesses will be able to develop security and compliance programs by deploying the sixth version of the Industrial Defender Automation Systems Manager platform, Lockheed Martin said Monday.
Brian Ahern, president and CEO of Lockheed Martin Industrial Defender Solutions, said the company aims to consolidate cybersecurity, compliance and change management applications into a single platform through the industrial automation system.
“Industrial Defender ASM version 6.0 is an important step forward in our mission to secure critical infrastructure while improving operational effectiveness,“ added Ahern.
The fresh offering, available in the summer, features FleetView for viewing control systems, work automation suite and substation cybersecurity policy management upgrades.