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2N strengthens cybersecurity guidance following latest research on cyber crime

To mark European Cybersecurity Month 2021, 2N, the global pioneer in IP access control systems, has strengthened its guidance to help consumers and building managers prevent cyber-attacks. The move is a response to evidence that the threat of cyber-crime is increasing, and that access control remains a common area of vulnerability. Increased spending on cybersecurity Earlier this year, Hiscox published its Cyber Readiness Report 2021. It was based on a survey of more than 6,000 companies based...

Acronis Cyber Readiness Report 2021 reveals critical security gaps with 53% of companies left exposed to supply chain attacks

Acronis, the globally renowned company in cyber protection, has released its annual Cyber Readiness Report, providing a comprehensive overview of the modern cyber security landscape and the key pain points faced by businesses and remote employees worldwide, amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. Acronis’ Cyber Readiness Report Acronis’ Cyber Readiness Report revealed that more than 80% of global companies admitted they were not prepared to transition to remote work, exposing key vulner...

Advanced video analytics adoption rising rapidly, finds new NW Security UK study

Four out of every ten (41%) of England-based medium and large-sized businesses which are running CCTV systems have already deployed facial recognition analytics in their systems to capture human faces and compare images to human face databases to identify matches for access control, event security, or for public safety purposes. One in six (16%) of CCTV system owners admitted to having access to this capability on their system but not yet going live with it. Over a third of CCTV system owners...

Advanced video analytics adoption rapidly rising in CCTV systems across UK’s businesses, as per NW Security report

Four out of every ten (41%) of England-based medium and large-sized businesses, which are running CCTV systems, have already deployed facial recognition analytics in their systems, in order to capture human faces and compare images to human face databases, with a view to identifying matches for access control, event security or for public safety purposes. Facial recognition analytics One in six (16%) of CCTV system owners admitted to having access to this capability on their system, but not ye...

Protect physical assets from cyber-attacks

Recent cyber-attacks have disabled and even shut down physical assets. Robust foundational security and training staff, able to recognise an attack can help mitigate the threat, as ABB’s Rob Putman explains. Edge devices and data analytics As cyber security specialists, we must navigate an ever-changing threat landscape, one that is made even more complex by the increased interconnectivity between Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT), as companies look to leverage...

The robotic transformation of the security industry

The COVID-19 pandemic is only accelerating the expansion of Automation, Robotics, Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), and changing how people live their daily lives. This expansion leads the way with technologies that are developed to solve problems, improve operations, streamline processes and assist people, to focus on learning new skills, creativity, and imagination. Transformation of the physical security industry One of the latest industries to be permanently transform...