How to address the changing reality of cybersecurity

    The issues and challenges around cybersecurity are changing. In the past, cybersecurity models centered on placing a firewall around an enterprise and assuming everything inside that firewall was trustworthy and secure while everything outside of it was part of a malevolent world. With IP technology, the Internet of Things, and bring-your-own-device-to-work initiatives, the line between […]

      Making video surveillance cyber secure in Smart Cities

      Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructures and applications are one of the main priorities of investment for Smart Cities. Local governments are willing to embrace digital transformation to interconnect public and private services to increase innovation and efficiency, enhance safety and security, improve the quality of life, provide credible measures to major city problems and boost […]

        Making Smart Video Resilient to Cyber-Threats in Smart Cities

        In 2016, IDC predicted that: “By 2019, countries with 50% of their midsize to large cities in the repeatable stage or higher of smart city maturity will be more successful in country digitization efforts” and that: “City government systems will become attractive cyberattack targets and in 2017 at least one major city will suffer a […]

          Physical security and cybersecurity – are they so different?

          Who watches the watchmen? And who secures the security systems? It all seems very Catch-22 on the surface of it, but the idea of securing one’s security system does make very good sense. When it comes to IP security cameras though – should you be more concerned about their physical security or their cyber vulnerabilities? […]