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Critical Infrastructure Protection

Critical infrastucture protection Parliament House
Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) is a national challenge. The protection of Australia’s key assets and networks is vital to our country’s economic stability and social wellbeing.

Critical infrastructure such as airports and ports; oil, gas, electricity and water facilities and networks, national buildings and transport hubs must be protected to ensure the security of their operations, and the safety of users and the wider community.


As a global defence, security and technology company, we provide Australian businesses and public sector agencies with cost-effective, customer-specific solutions to deliver this critical protection.


BAE Systems provides trusted enterprise integrated security solutions to appropriately manage CIP risks. From protecting electricity transmission networks in Tasmania to delivering CCTV networks for iconic sites such as Parliament House in Canberra, we are at the forefront of delivering Australia’s most effective integrated security and surveillance systems.

Our security solutions include:
• Access control
• CCTV and Video management
• Perimeter protection
• Intrusion detection and alarm panels
• Lighting management
• IP based audio and Public Address
• Video analytics
• Unified command and control system
• Biometric identification
• Intelligent surveillance

We know that a one-size-fits-all solution does not meet the needs of customers faced with different asset types, legacy constraints, market expectations, and regulatory frameworks. We work with suppliers of best-of-breed sub-systems to develop solutions that are adaptable to the regulatory, operational and environmental context of each and every application.


Our integrated security systems address your key business and safety risks, including damage protection, supply continuity, unauthorised entry and theft, access control, duty of care, and issues relating to the management of isolated or remote locations.