Renault Sport Formula One Team is proud to announce Babcock Managed Security Services (MSS) as its new cyber security partner.
Babcock MSS, trusted across governmental, health, financial and gaming sectors, is now providing world class protective monitoring services to safeguard the data flow in and out of Renault Sport Racing’s Enstone site.
Babcock MSS is a world leader in defending intellectual property (IP), personal information and critical data. As Renault Sport Formula One Team’s cyber security partner, Babcock MSS will safeguard the team and its secrets, ensuring that the team retains the ability to get the maximum leverage from its technology to aid car performance, 24x7x365, not just on site, but also by monitoring and defending the track side network.
Cyril Abiteboul, Managing Director, Renault Sport Racing:
“Babcock MSS are specialists at defending against the targeted and complex threats that face highly visible, high value targets like Renault Sport Formula One Team, so we are reassured to start this valuable new relationship. Recent events have highlighted the risks in this area, so Babcock is a timely and positive new partner. As we grow our infrastructure to meet the requirements of launching a bid for the world championship in the coming seasons it’s essential that our digital and other assets are protected in a dynamic and responsive manner. Babcock MSS’s security gives us the peace of mind which allows us to focus on competing on and off the track.”
Michael Pimlott, Managing Director, Babcock MSS:
“We’re delighted to partner with Renault Sport Racing. As the global impact of recent cyber events demonstrates, providing fast, accurate, actionable information is critical to support the team as they continue to realise their vision of the future of racing. With our custom-defined solution the partnership between Babcock MSS and Renault Sport Racing will continually adapt and evolve along with the current threat, their IT infrastructure and resources, allowing us to develop our understanding of the risks to Renault Sport Racing, and focus on preventing attackers from exploiting them.”