Gallagher’s high security solution achieves UK cyber security standards

Security solutions manufacturer Gallagher is releasing its latest certified high security solution to market. The Gallagher UK CPNI CAPSS High Security System complies with the Cyber Assurance for Physical Security Systems (CAPSS) standard and the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) Readers and Tokens standards.

The news demonstrates Gallagher’s significant investment in delivering high security solutions for Governments operational in the Five Eyes alliance.

Passing the CAPSS evaluation provides the management teams at UK Critical National Infrastructure sites with confidence that Gallagher’s software and hardware meets the toughest cyber security requirements. The CPNI Readers and Tokens standards ensure physical access control readers and credentials are robust against both cyber and physical attacks.

“With cyber threats growing in sophistication, cyber protection has never been more vital,” explained Richard Huison, regional manager for the UK and Europe at Gallagher. “Cyber security is an integral part of Gallagher’s physical security solutions. We’re pleased with the result from our CAPSS evaluation. It demonstrates our overriding commitment to provide security solutions which offer the highest level of protection.”

The CPNI protects national security in the UK by helping to reduce vulnerability to terrorism and other threats in our national infrastructure. Gallagher’s range of compliant solutions can be found under the CPNI Catalogue of Security Equipment (cpni.gov.uk/cse-categories).

* Visit security.gallagher.com/UK-High-Security for additional information on Gallagher’s UK CPNI CAPSS High Security System

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