Utilities & Critical Infrastructure

Helping your organization navigate compliance regulatory changes and growing security threats


Laying the Groundwork for Your Organization

Utility companies are a crucial element to the communities they service, which means that system attacks can be catastrophic—potentially causing disruptions of power, gas, water, and other services. An adverse trend of ransomware attacks targeting utility companies is on the rise. Implementing a cybersecurity strategy from CampusGuard will identify gaps and deficiencies across your enterprise and help to impede malicious cyber attacks.

Charging Ahead with a Dedicated Team

A Team of Experts

With varied experience across a multitude of industries, the CampusGuard team knows which questions to ask to help you identify and reach your data security and compliance goals.

Comprehensive Solutions

With a comprehensive solutions suite, CampusGuard manages data security and compliance holistically, so you can meet multiple objectives in less time.

Flexible Agreements

CampusGuard is your dedicated partner for all your organization's cybersecurity and compliance needs, whether that be a one-time assessment or an ongoing annual agreement.

KPI's of Information Security for Utilities and Critical Infrastructure

New digital innovations in the industry create a growing need for a strategic and well-executed cybersecurity plan. Here are some considerations while planning:

  • A Vast and Ever-Changing Scope

    Depending on the organizational structure of your community, your cybersecurity scope could include many companies, networks, and employees. Fully understanding your scope is the only way you can ensure that you are holistically protecting your environment.
  • Outdated Technology

    Legacy systems and tech can mean increased vulnerabilities. It's always a good idea to install updates whenever you can and plan on updating equipment when feasible.
  • Third-Party Service Providers

    Even if you are relying on a third-party service provider, your organization is ultimately responsible for the security of the data being managed and any compliance requirements. When vetting a potential third-party vendor, be sure to incorporate information security into your RFP's and agreement contracts.
  • Insufficient Resources

    Budgetary constraints can create difficulties when prioritizing your cybersecurity strategy. Cybercriminals continue to compromise utility information systems with growing frequency, so it's recommended to include managing this risk in your next budget.
  • Dynamic Changes

    Digital upgrades are constantly evolving. Ignoring them or falling behind is not an option. It's critical that your organization stays informed of these changes and that governance is enforced in your cybersecurity program.
  • Highly-Trained Staff

    Technology changes quickly. Is your staff staying informed? Establishing best practices for ongoing security awareness training ensures that your newest and most established employees are empowered with information to embrace security in their everyday roles.

Why Choose CampusGuard?

A data breach can mean serious consequences to the communities you service, so a robust cybersecurity solution is essential. CampusGuard can help you identify gaps in your current information security program, prepare for a potential cyber attack, and detect threats quickly.


Global average weekly utilities industry cyberattacks in 2022 - Check Point Research


Average cost of a data breach in the energy industry in 2023 - IBM Cost of a Data Breach Report

Power Down Hackers Before They Strike

Targeted cyber attacks against utility and critical infrastructure businesses will continue to grow, so it's up to your organization to be on the defense. CampusGuard will help you strategize and implement a cybersecurity plan that makes information security and regulatory compliance second-nature and protects your community from malicious ransomware attacks.

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