India, Sept. 14 -- Tata Power Delhi Distribution (TPDDL), a joint venture (JV) between Tata Power and the Government of NCT of Delhi, has entered into a strategic partnership with Utiltyx - the Indian arm of a USA-based cyber security and data analytics software company. The partnership aims to enhance the company's preparedness against future threats and challenges related to cyber security. The association is aimed at augmenting IED (Intelligent Electronic Device) visibility, adding strengths to the capabilities of Tata Power-DDL to fight cyber threats and providing credible & real-time analytics for its distribution grid, thereby preparing the power distribution infrastructure for future threats and growth.
This collaboration marks a significant stride towards a smarter, more resilient energy future. The partnership will help Tata Power-DDL to get real-time updates on different vulnerabilities in the cyber-physical system, and a proactive AI/ML-based threat detection system will help for proactive scanning of the network for active threat detection and threat prevention. The deployed technology discovers, enriches and co-relates the utility assets, ensures OT Network Protection and neutralizes segmentation of erroneous policies to safeguard utility assets. Further, it will strengthen Tata Power-DDL's real-time decision-making capabilities, strengthen cyber security measures and safeguard critical infrastructure against evolving threats.
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