About Wayne Dorris

Wayne Dorris is a Regional Architecture & Engineering Manager for Axis Communications in northeastern, mid-Atlantic and southeastern United States. He is responsible for managing field operations for the Axis A&E program and fostering collaborative relationships with architectural, engineering, and professional security consultants who design and specify IP-based security systems. Mr. Dorris serves as the technical liaison for Axis design tools, leads program marketing, and provides application support to individuals and organizations that influence product selection for their clients. Mr. Dorris has 25 years of experience in the security industry, including a dozen years in regional and senior management positions dedicated to field implementation of A&E programs. Prior to joining Axis, Mr. Dorris held the position of applications and field sales engineer for other security manufacturers. He also served eight years as the technical security director for a major fortune 150 company. Mr. Dorris is an active member of ASIS.

Posts by Wayne Dorris:

    Zero trust networks, and the implications for video surveillance

    Networks are increasingly vulnerable. A combination of increasingly sophisticated and numerous cyberattacks and the exponential growth in connected devices – each of which creates another network endpoint open to attack – means that organizations are fighting a never-ending battle to keep networks secure. Historically, organizations have relied on ensuring that the corporate firewall is as […]

      Maintaining cybersecurity resilience across the entire supply chain

      The security threat landscape is in a constant state of flux, as cybercriminals work hard to develop tactics to overcome organizations’ defences. One popular route into a secured network is via the supply chain and history is not short of examples of successful cyberattacks which were achieved by this method. In fact, software company SolarWinds […]

        Taking a borderless approach to cybersecurity governance

        Robust cybersecurity has never been more important as cyberattacks continue to increase. In fact, against UK businesses alone, malicious attacks increased by nearly 20% in 2020 as bad actors took advantage of vulnerabilities introduced by remote working. Driven by the potential for financial gain or widespread disruption, cybercriminals can be highly motivated adversaries. Fortunately, businesses […]

          The arms race of AI in cybersecurity

          With any advancement in technology, you can bet that the criminal fraternity will be quickly examining its potential in supporting their nefarious goals. Whether cyber criminals planning ransomware attacks or the theft of data and financial information, or nation states looking to disrupt the critical infrastructure of adversaries (if not worse), new technology has the […]