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SECURITY: Cybersecurity protection now available



MISSISSAUGA: Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, has introduced new cybersecurity protection services designed to help industrial customers manage and secure their connected plants.

Cyber Update services automatically distribute the company’s qualified operating system patches and endpoint protections, reducing the risk of applying improper patches and updates.

It also eliminates potentially unsecure sources of data from affecting plant and business operations.

Because the services can improve uptime and throughput, as well as the safety of plant assets and personnel, the offering promises to have a measurable impact on the efficiency and reliability of the plant, helping executives, managers and operators increase operational profitability.