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​Wynyard signs $2.5 million software deal with European infrastructure giant

​Wynyard signs $2.5 million software deal with European infrastructure giant

“The threat landscape for critical national infrastructure operations is changing."

Wynyard Group has entered into a contract to provide a security information and risk management solution for one of Europe's largest critical national infrastructure companies.

Despite failing to identify the company, the security specialist firm confirmed that the total contract value of Wynyard software and services is $2.5 million over the initial term.

The solution will be used across multiple business groups to collect and rapidly process data, identify operational risks and investigate security threats to the customer’s critical infrastructure operations.

“The threat landscape for critical national infrastructure operations is changing,” says Paul Stokes, COO, Wynyard.

“Historically many were concerned mainly by compliance and operational risks, but today they need to gather actionable intelligence to manage a comprehensive risk, security and crime prevention program.”

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