Honeywell Type 1A CSS to support Aus Govt cybersecurity


Friday, 27 August, 2021

Honeywell Type 1A CSS to support Aus Govt cybersecurity

Honeywell Building Technologies has launched its Type 1A Central Supervisory System (CSS), designed to meet Type 1A security requirements of the Australian Government and its agencies. The platform was reviewed and approved by the Security Construction and Equipment Committee (SCEC), which is endorsed by the Australian Government for the protection of official information and assets. The Type 1A CSS offers state-of-the-art cybersecurity protection and near real-time threat prevention while enabling a flexible, configurable and expandable intruder detection and management solution to serve critical high security needs.

Tom Bain, Asia Pacific General Manager of projects for Honeywell, said the company has provided high security solutions for the Australian Government for 30 years. “Our team is focused on creating highly sophisticated and integrated security offerings for this critical space that’s backed by our experienced projects and services team,” Bain said.

The Honeywell Type 1A CSS uses vendor agnostic, internationally recognised secure configuration guidelines and hardened images to safeguard the operating systems, software and networks vulnerable to attacks. With a sophisticated portfolio view user interface, the Type 1A CSS provides security operators with the ability to monitor and control high security buildings at one or more locations. The Honeywell Type 1A CSS also includes Honeywell Advanced Endpoint Security, an intuitive and near real-time next generation antivirus. The Type 1A CSS also builds upon Honeywell’s High Security portfolio which includes the Honeywell High Security Manager, a Type 1A Intruder Alarm panel.

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