IFSEC Global: Unifying physical security and cybersecurity at the Converged Security Centre

IFSEC Global spotlights the Converged Security Centre Keynote address at IFSEC 2019. The keynote addressed the Convergence of physical and cybersecurity management technologies and featured presentations from industry experts including a demonstration by Vidsys President, Maurice Singleton, highlighting how the Vidsys CSIM software platform leverages multiple security devices and tools to allow operators to monitor risk in real-time.

 

The panel also featured presentations from Steven Kenny, industry liaison at Axis Communications (a Swedish manufacturer of networked security cameras), David Humphrey, worldwide director for Micro Focus’s unstructured data and file analytics products, IDOL and ControlPoint, Sarb Sembhi, CTO, CISO & DPO for risk and security company Virtually Informed and James Willison MA Msyl, founder of Unified Security Ltd and Vice Chair of the ASIS European Convergence/ESRM committee.

 

To read the full article, visit the IFSEC Global website.

ComputerWeekly.com: Converged Security Takes Centre Stage at IFSEC 2019

The importance and benefits of combining physical and cyber security was underlined in the opening session of the 2019 IFSEC security conference. ComputerWeekly.com stopped by the Vidsys-sponsored Converged Security Centre at this year’s IFSEC security conference at ExCel, London to discuss the future of security technology with industry experts from Vidsys, Axis Communications, Micro Focus and more.

 

“[Converged Security] is achieved by bringing data from various disparate technologies, including billions of connected devices that form part of access control, video management, analytics, social media, facial recognition and other biometric systems into a single, common operating platform…

[A] single view enables organisations to respond in real-time to physical and cyber threats or intrusions across the enterprise – for example, raising an alert if a single employee identity is used to access a physical building at the same time as accessing corporate systems from a different location.”  [Maurice Singleton – President, Vidsys]

 

To read the full article, visit Computer Weekly’s website.