CEO Tom Galvin to outline security vulnerabilities and three ways to harden end points
DALLAS – April 5, 2018 – Security professionals worried about the cyber integrity of their video surveillance systems can learn practical tips from Razberi™ Technologies CEO Tom Galvin next week during ISC West. He will discuss how hackers use IP cameras and other IoT devices as an entrée to corporate networks and three methods to protect the video ecosystem at scale.
Being held April 10-13 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, ISC West is the largest physical, IT, and IoT trade show in the United States.
Track: End-User Strategic Management
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 10, 2:45-3:45 p.m.
Location: Sands 304 Level 1
Topic: Security systems are vulnerable targets for hackers who are increasingly using end points, such as IP cameras and network video recorders, to gain access to networks. Even isolated “camera only” networks can have unintended connections that bridge to the main corporate network. Despite the growing number of incidents and threats to company revenues and reputations, the physical security industry has been too slow to react. This session will detail the security weaknesses of video system end points and outline the best practices for how to handle them, including automation.
Razberi will be exhibiting in booth 9077 at ISC West, where visitors can register to win a set of Srixon golf clubs and learn about the company’s video surveillance platform with embedded, award-winning CameraDefense cybersecurity software. Razberi will also unveil a cyber-secure product for the data center at the event.
Designed to meet the needs of any sized organization, the Razberi video surveillance platform is highly reliable, secure, and network-optimized for megapixel quality. Razberi’s intelligent video solutions can be deployed in flexible combinations, with options for data center, edge, and rugged applications. All offer low total cost of ownership, enterprise-class performance, and innovative automation with centralized monitoring and management. Razberi CameraDefense™ software automates cybersecurity protections with camera hardening and cyber threat monitoring. Razberi Monitor™ health monitoring alerts security professionals to issues 24×7. Razberi appliances are compatible with top video management systems (VMS) and any network camera. The company is headquartered in Dallas. For more information, visit razberi.net.
H2 Strategic Communications