Infinity Fuel Cell Establishes Cybersecurity Compliance for Government Contracts
Established in 2002, Infinity Fuel Cell and Hydrogen leverages its years of military and space fuel experience designing the next generation of air-independent fuel cells and regenerative fuel cells. With support from NASA and other U.S. government agencies, Infinity has achieved key breakthroughs in fuel cell design that have simplified the complexity of these systems and significantly improved performance and reliability.
Infinity Fuel is primarily focused on the aerospace and defense markets, providing technology to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, and Space programs. As a key manufacturer for NASA and military applications, cybersecurity compliance is of paramount importance.
Evolving Cybersecurity Landscape
The defense industry and commercial businesses are increasingly concerned about cybersecurity. In most cases, to qualify as a contractor for government contracts, adherence to established cybersecurity standards is a requirement.
Given the amount of work Infinity Fuel conducts with NASA and the federal government, the company was obligated to conform to cybersecurity requirements. To help them fulfill their cyber compliance, Infinity partnered with CONNSTEP, the Manufacturer Extension Partnership (MEP) representative in Connecticut.
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