Critical infrastructure is prone to a vast array of threats — sabotage, acts of terrorism, cyber attacks, accidents, natural disasters and more. It is, thus,

imperative that we secure this infrastructure at all times, and protect the people who operate it and the processes and data that keep it running.

As the threats to critical infrastructure increase with the advent of terrorist attacks and subsequent increase in government regulations, the physical security technology is expected to have the largest market share in India’s critical infrastructure security solutions market. It is therefore essential to go beyond ISO standards and benchmarks to tackle these growing threats through an increased focus on R&D, which is the core belief at Sparsh.
It is, however, not an easy task to implement technology at these locations. Lack of architectural framework and no common enforcement policy restricts a common playfield for development of security solutions. There are no prescribed policies or standards to provide a clear direction for protecting the critical infrastructure of the country. One of the biggest problems facing India is that there is still a need to indentify our critical infrastructure.
Critical infrastructure constitutes the cornerstone of a country’s growth. Investment in defining the framework through developments in R&D is the basic current requirement. Keeping up with new threats, technology has to be fostered with physical solutions to ensure protection from dangers pertaining in today’s times.
With a full range of pioneering, high-performance, deployable solutions, Sparsh provides solution (link to the critical infrastructure solutions page)  to guarantee continuity under all situations.