Securing Industrial Manufacturing and Critical Infrastructure with Advanced Solutions
The world is changing at a breakneck pace. Manufacturing digitization has resulted in such a radical transformation that it is now classified as a fourth Industrial Revolution—Industry 4.0. What began in Industry 3.0 with the adoption of computers and automation will be expanded in the fourth industrial revolution with smart and autonomous systems powered by data and machine learning.
Manufacturing and critical infrastructure are facing technological, market, and societal challenges never like before. CIOs must identify important internal and external factors and take appropriate action in order to see the future. Vara is on a mission to modernise the overall manufacturing landscape and critical infrastructure through disruptive technology and next-generation solutions.
Blockchain-based industrial manufacturing solutions
Blockchain-based traceability facilitates product quality monitoring/control, operation monitoring/control, real-time data acquisition, transparency, and visibility throughout the supply chain.
Bridging information gaps in diverse supply chains, tracking warranty data, and meeting customer safety and demand requirements
- Real-time transaction settlement
- Automation eliminates mismatches
- Increased counterparty visibility with role-based access
- Tamper-proof & accurate data layer
- Increased auditor confidence
Vara has built a Trade Finance platform which automates all import-related transactions with the Bank. All payment instructions like A1, A2, Advance, NNDO etc., get approved on the platform & triggered to Bank. Automating the entire process eliminates manual intervention, which reduces the lead time. Documents move faster, and transactions get settled in near real-time.
Cyber Security Offerings
Operational Technology (OT) Security
OT Security solution enables monitoring of industrial networks for operational needs without cyber risk. The gateways offer hardware-enforced physical barriers that serve as a network perimeter defence against remote attacks, malware, DOS attacks, ransomware, and human error occurring through external networks.