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General Dynamics Critical Infrastructure Protection Solutions Reviews

Energy and Power, Oil and Gas, Transportation and Logistics, Energy and Utilities
Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America
Company Overview
General Dynamics focuses on cybersecurity services and surveillance systems with advanced functionalities for the protection of critical infrastructure. Its cybersecurity portfolio provides cyber services, architecture and design services, and cybersecurity operations. Cybersecurity services aid in policy and compliance assessment and cyber training. Architecture and design services aid in improving cybersecurity situational awareness, advanced data protection, and data loss prevention. The company has set up more than 5,000 Security Operation Centers (SOCs) for governments, departments of defense, and commercial customers. SOC aids in threat intelligence, vulnerability analysis and information sharing, vulnerability management, security monitoring, detection and reporting, incident response and management, forensic and malware analysis, managed security services, and continuous monitoring, thereby safeguarding critical infrastructure assets from malicious code and cyber threats. General Dynamics caters the best-in-class Remote Video Surveillance System (RVSS), which provides real-time situational awareness, threat assessment, and tracking. The system is integrated with multi-sensor systems and is interoperable with video management systems.

General Dynamics excels in various business units, which include information systems and technology, aerospace, marine systems, and combat systems. The company offers cybersecurity, physical security, access control, surveillance, and communication solutions which are required for the protection of critical infrastructure.

Evaluated against 195 key buying criteria
  • Professional Services
  • Maintenance And Support
  • On-Site Support
  • Remote Support
  • Risk Management Services
  • Directly
  • Screening And Scanning
  • Video Surveillance
  • Enterprise
  • Industrial/Plant
  • Public Space
  • Through Partners / Third-Party Vendors
  • Chemical, Biological, Radiological And Nuclear Defense
  • Network Security
  • Physical Security
  • Radars
  • Secure Communication
  • Level of Support
  • Managed Services
  • Biometrics
  • No Weaknesses
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GENERAL DYNAMICS CORPORATION Presence in Critical Infrastructure Protection Solutions
The major portion of General Dynamics’ revenue is generated from the information systems and technology business unit. The company excels in cybersecurity and C4ISR systems. General Dynamics has a large, clientele which includes governments, SMEs, and large enterprises across the globe. The company receives its revenue by offering products, systems, and services, including network security, physical security, radars, surveillance, and communication products and solutions. The company receives a major chunk of its revenue from North America, as more than 77% of the revenue is directed from the US and Canada. The company has a global reach with offices set up in North America, Europe, APAC, MEA, and Latin America. The company receives high-budgeted contracts from the US Army, US Navy, UK Royal Army, UK Royal Navy, UK Ministry of Defense, and other government agencies. General Dynamics caters products and services to various industry verticals, such as energy and power, power grids, oil and gas, transportation systems, and sensitive infrastructure enterprises. The company has large numbers of channel partners who offer General Dynamics’ products and services to customers across the globe. The company is highly focused on organic growth strategies. Recently, General Dynamics launched 2 new products which aid in network security and communications. The launch of new products and focus on product enhancements make General Dynamics highly competitive in the CIP market. However, the company does not have a high R&D expenditure. This may be a restraint in the new product development category. The company has adopted various inorganic growth strategies, including partnerships, collaborations, and mergers and acquisitions.
#1 Products/Solutions Offered / Network Security
#2 Products/Solutions Offered / Physical Security
#3 Products/Solutions Offered / Radars
#4 Products/Solutions Offered / Chemical, Biological, Radiological And Nuclear Defense
#5 Products/Solutions Offered / Secure Communication


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