Emerging Technologies

Read: Honeywell: 71% of Facility Managers Worry About Operational Cybersecurity

Honeywell: 71% of Facility Managers Worry About Operational Cybersecurity

A survey also found only 44% of facility managers have a cybersecurity solution in place to protect their buildings’ OT systems.

Read: How Trusted Identities of the Future Will Fulfill the Convenience Factor

How Trusted Identities of the Future Will Fulfill the Convenience Factor

A combination of biometrics and Cloud-based identity technologies immediately meet clients’ expectations by making the user experience more convenient.

Read: Vector Security Networks Releases AI-Enabled Cybersecurity as a Service

Vector Security Networks Releases AI-Enabled Cybersecurity as a Service

A collaboration with Barracuda Networks will initially focus on network and log security monitoring by leveraging Skout XDR.

Read: Newly Discovered IoT Vulnerability Could Threaten 83 Million Devices

Newly Discovered IoT Vulnerability Could Threaten 83 Million Devices

The vulnerability is in the ThroughTek Kalay network, a protocol implemented as an SDK built into software and networked IoT devices.

Read: DroneShield Enters C-UAS Training and Simulation Market With DroneSim

DroneShield Enters C-UAS Training and Simulation Market With DroneSim

Constructed within a ruggedized hard case, DroneSim is said to be durable and requires minimal training to install and operate.

Read: Why the Smart Home Network Has Never Been More Vulnerable

Why the Smart Home Network Has Never Been More Vulnerable

The security category is particularly vulnerable — smart cameras, locks and the hubs controlling them are all hacking targets.

Read: Kampr Systems Introduces Badgeless 3D Facial Recognition Reader

Kampr Systems Introduces Badgeless 3D Facial Recognition Reader

The K9i addresses the need for a more secure door entrance technology, which directly interfaces with existing access control platforms.

Read: IBM: Pandemic Has Led to More Expensive Data Breaches

IBM: Pandemic Has Led to More Expensive Data Breaches

Despite the rise in data breaches, IBM did find preventative cybersecurity strategies for both small and large businesses.

Read: Princeton Identity, EPAM Partner to Develop High-Security Remote Work Solutions

Princeton Identity, EPAM Partner to Develop High-Security Remote Work Solutions

The companies will address the need to provide secure use of confidential information as it is accessed by a remote workforce.

Read: ONVIF to End Support for Profile Q in 2022

ONVIF to End Support for Profile Q in 2022

Developed to provide easy setup of a conformant device on an IP network, ONVIF says Profile Q no longer meets cybersecurity best practices.

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