Every organization’s network infrastructure has allowed us to take advantage of smart solutions and other IoT devices to maximize the value of security solutions – not only from a physical security aspect but also from the perspective of operational optimization, which provides an organization with even more value and greater return on its investment. However, simply adding more devices to a network to generate more data and greater awareness isn’t helpful. Because the majority of these devices are network-based at their core, any organization must take caution to protect its network and the sensitive data it contains.
There is a world of difference between knowing the right thing to do and actually following through and doing it. Think about doctors who repeatedly remind their patients to quit smoking, or to be careful with their cholesterol, to get regular exercise and adopt healthier eating habits instead of eating bacon with every meal. We know what we should do. Quite often, though, that knowledge is not enough to actually change our behavior.
When it comes to potential cyberattacks, the Boy Scouts’ motto says it all: “Be prepared.” In other words, make sure you’re always in a state of readiness. This is especially true when you’re talking about installing multi-component security solutions.
The latest version of this unified IP security platform offers a new disaster recovery mode, enhanced levels of authentication and encryption, augmented video archiving and export management capabilities, and new choices of supported access control software.