- Critical infrastructure powers businesses and nations but is no longer defined solely as discrete, physical assets. Now the cyber systems that power infrastructure are also vulnerable as this cyber-physical convergence has elevated the security risks.
- Critical infrastructure is largely owned by private companies, but its protection demands a shared responsibility between the public and private sectors to minimize the risks.
- Infrastructure failures from acts of terror, extreme weather events, other natural disasters, and sophisticated cyber intrusions can disrupt delivery of essential services, damage property, and trigger other cascading events.
Babel Street’s analytics platform offers an AI-enabled cross-lingual, persistent search of thousands of global and regional PAI sources around the world in over 200 languages to rapidly discover and decipher insights on facilities or assets of interest.
Babel Street empowers teams with actionable insights to detect anomalies and security risks that may impact the integrity of critical infrastructure ecosystems.
- Situational awareness
- Imminent threats
- Persons of interest (POIs)
- Groups of interest (GOIs)
- Named areas of interest (NAIs)
- Loss prevention
- Breaking news
- Compromised IP
- Power outages
- Subsequent customer sentiment
- Damage assessment
- Images/videos of interest
Shared responsibility and constant awareness are the necessary countermeasures to maintain and secure a resilient critical infrastructure as well as to protect lives and property.