Meeting the Cybersecurity Challenge of IP Video Systems - SourceSecurity.com Technology Report
This SourceSecurity.com Technology Report will look at how cybersecurity risks of video surveillance systems can be minimised, and highlight the role manufacturers, installers/integrators and end users should play to make IP video systems as safe from cyber-attack as humanly possible. Manufacturers, in particular, are stepping up to drive the industry’s efforts, and Hikvision USA is a leader in educating the market to address cybersecurity threats.
Video is data and, as such, is essential to a business. Beyond security uses, video data today also contributes to other aspects of an organisation, from providing business intelligence to making operations more efficient. End users want to be able to access video from anywhere – from their computers, laptops, table devices, and even their smart phones. A cost of video becoming more useful and more available is that video surveillance systems are no longer closed – and, unfortunately as a result, no longer as safe.
- Waking Up to Cybersecurity Risks
- Demonstrating Leadership on Cybersecurity
- Best Practices for Cybersecurity
- The Role of Manufacturers
- Role of Installers/Integrators and End Users
- A Cyber-Attack Could Happen to You
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