Acacia Security’s prerogative is to help your company make ICS cybersecurity part of its DNA. The acacia tree has a long history of security, resilience and information sharing. Nineteen different species of Acacia in the Americas are capable of producing hydrogen cyanide in their leaves to protect themselves from threats. African acacias fill with poison, releasing ethylene gas which drifts out of the pores of their leaves. Many acacias produce alkaloid chemicals as defensive compounds to deter insects and mammalian herbivores.