Tom Galvin to detail why network security cameras are at risk and how to thwart cyber threats
DALLAS – Sept. 19, 2017 – During ASIS International 2017 next week in Dallas, Razberi Technologies CEO Tom Galvin will address the imminent need to apply cybersecurity protections to video surveillance systems. Being held Sept. 26-28, ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits is the premier event for security professionals worldwide, providing industry-leading education, business networking, and the latest products and services.
Session Title: Hardening Network Cameras Against Cybersecurity Attacks (Session Number: IL06)
Date/Time: Tuesday, Sept. 26, 3:40-4:05 p.m.
Location: Impact Learning Theater 1
Topic: Security professionals are fairly good at anticipating and reacting to new physical security threats. Why then have they been so slow in addressing the dangers of cybersecurity attacks? Network security cameras, even those on private networks, are at risk and need to be installed and administered with cybersecurity in mind. Organizations can take immediate actions to reduce cyber attack exposure. In this session, Tom Galvin will outline the security vulnerabilities of network cameras and review the best practices for how they should be used effectively.
This session applies to security professionals in small businesses, mid-size companies, and enterprises with large network infrastructures, who will learn:
- The weaknesses that put network security cameras at risk of cyber attacks.
- The best practices for hardening cameras against cybersecurity risk.
- How automation can mitigate security vulnerabilities by ensuring that camera hardening best practices are done correctly and at scale.
Razberi will be exhibiting in booth 3870 at ASIS and demonstrating its award-winning CameraDefense cybersecurity solution that protects IP cameras and networks by automating and scaling industry best practice cyber protections.
Razberi Technologies offers a reliable, secure, and network-friendly video surveillance platform that records the highest quality video while reducing capital, bandwidth, and space costs. Razberi ServerSwitchIQ™ appliances uniquely combine a firewall, PoE switch, server, storage, and intelligence. Deployed in a scalable architecture near the network’s edge, the platform enables organizations to decrease network utilization by up to 95 percent and protect cameras from cyber attacks. Embedded Razberi CameraDefense™ software automates cybersecurity protections with camera hardening and cyber threat monitoring. Built-in Razberi VyneWatch™ health monitoring software 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