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Avigilon adds Appearance Alerts to Commercial VMS

Avigilon Corporation, a Motorola Solutions company, have announced the newest version of its video management software, Avigilon Control Centre (ACC) 7.4, which incorporates artificial intelligence-powered facial recognition technology. The new “appearance alerts” capability will help commercial organisations, such as educational institutions and hospitals, accelerate response times by identifying people of interest in enterprise settings. For example, the technology can alert the security team at a local high school when a

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Infoblox Announces Acquisition of SnapRoute to Accelerate Delivery of Cloud-Native Network Services

Infoblox Inc., the leader in Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services, announced the acquisition of SnapRoute, the creator of the industry’s first Cloud-Native Network Operating System (CN-NOS). SnapRoute talent and technology add significant depth to Infoblox’s suite of offerings and will help the company to radically simplify networking and deliver groundbreaking services more quickly and efficiently. As business environments continue to evolve as part of digitalisation efforts, they become more decentralised, and

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Raising the standard with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning

  Konica Minolta is making the next big advance in intelligent video technology by launching the MOBOTIX 7 smart solution platform and the M73 IoT camera that uses it. The latest generation of MOBOTIX video cameras offers a whole new set of functions plus application solutions based on deep learning, opening up new possibilities far beyond traditional video security. The M73 comes with more than 15 apps integrated into its

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Financial threats in 2020: These are the key predictions from Kaspersky

In 2020, financially motivated cyberthreat actors may start to target investment apps and other areas according to key predictions from Kaspersky in the financial sector. Financial cyberthreats are considered to be some of the most dangerous ones, as the impact they bring usually results in direct financial losses for victims. 2019 has seen some significant developments in the industry and also in how financial attackers operate. These events allowed Kaspersky

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SANS Endpoint survey results released: Endpoint Security processes and visibility remain challenges

Centralised logging and automation solutions are now a necessity to detect, defend against and respond to modern attacks, according to the SANS 2019 Endpoint Protection and Response Survey released by SANS Institute. These solutions include data analytics tools – such as security information and event management (SIEM) and endpoint detection and response (EDR) – as well as anomaly detection technologies like user behaviour monitoring and machine learning. SANS instructor and

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Crossword cybersecurity consulting gaining traction

Crossword Cybersecurity plc., is pleased to announce that its Consulting division have recently signed numerous agreements including three with companies spanning the automotive, insurance and property sectors, to work with them on improving their cyber security posture. An industry-leading cyber transformation project has begun with a global pioneer in connected vehicle data. Crossword Cybersecurity will assist the company with implementing a globally recognised cyber security standard, ranking it amongst major

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DigiCert + QuoVadis Digital signing service certified for eIDAS Remote Qualified Signing

DigiCert + QuoVadis has been certified in the Netherlands and Belgium to provide remote Qualified Electronic Signatures for customers using its cloud-based Digital Signing Service (DSS) platform. QuoVadis, acquired by DigiCert in January 2019, is an accredited Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP) in the Netherlands and Belgium under the EU eIDAS regulation 910/2014 and is able to offer EU trust services to all member states, as well as in Switzerland

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Black Friday presents a window of opportunity for cyber criminals

The upcoming period, starting with Black Friday on 29th November and running through to the January sales, presents a window of opportunity for cyber criminals. During this time, there are increased opportunities for threat actors to conduct operations that impact both individuals and corporations. A primary factor contributing to this escalation is the hugely increased volume of payment transactions seen across this period – both online and at physical retailers. This increase in transaction

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Race to lock down cybersecurity vendors intensifies as more technologies at risk, says Hampleton Partners’ M&A report

The cybersecurity sector’s largest ever deal, Broadcom’s landmark acquisition of Symantec for $10.7bn, set the tone for an uptick in transaction volume and continuously strong valuations, according to Hampleton Partners’ latest analysis of global cybersecurity mergers & acquisitions activity. Hampleton’s Cybersecurity M&A report highlights the popularity of cybersecurity vendors as all industries seek protection from cyber-attacks. Cybersecurity transaction volume rose by 15% in the second half of 2019 compared to that

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Mind the password gap: what the TfL Oyster breach tells us about the state of password management in the commuting population

Tim Galligan, general manager of EMEA operations at SailPoint explains what happens what password duplication can mean for commuters We all rely on Oyster cards to get us around the city – but for some TfL customers, password duplication has led to suspended service on all lines. Despite the £2.3bn commuters spend on TfL journeys each year using Oyster, some are still tempted enough to reuse their passwords from other sites and leave

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