If you are a CSO or head of security, you will inevitably face the day when a senior business executive will ask you for a detailed analysis of your strategy including the level of service you provide and how it will scale over time.
While these recorders can function as traditional standalone NVRs, they were purposefully built to leverage the power of the cloud, enabling virtual elimination of software client installation and upgrades, simplified user permissions management, improved remote connectivity through a single universal sign-on, and improved ability to export and share video clips.
A new Dell report found that though the C-suite recognizes the benefits of data security, organizations are still struggling to develop programs that effectively incorporate security strategies without detracting from other business initiatives.
Businesses have listened to staff and abandoned in-house developed tools in favor of consumer products and ubiquitous software-as-a-service (SaaS) capabilities. They want to exploit the benefits that extensive R&D and manufacturing can bring and are willing to trade off the minor compromises that come with standardized solutions. Also, security managers are starting to ask why sites can’t be secured in the time it takes to add a Dropcam to their home network…
Building off of technology from Intel Corporation, this system lets organizations proactively control where virtual workloads can run, further mitigating the risks of data mobility that virtualization and cloud computing create.
Start off the new year with an exclusive look at the innovative security technology in the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis in our annual Security Technology & Innovations Report. This issue also includes guides for retail security leaders on video surveillance techniques, tips for retrofitting your access control systems, and recommendations for the new U.S. president on cybersecurity and terrorism.