SecTech To Examine Securing Network Security Devices
SECTECH Roadshow, which runs in Sydney on May 4, Melbourne May 9, Brisbane May 11, Adelaide May 18 and Perth, May 23, will include a seminar on securing network-connected security devices.
In the wake of attacks like the Mirai bot last year, as well as ongoing furore over the vulnerability of networked connected devices, including cameras and controllers, network security is not only the topic of the moment, it’s an area very little understood by many in the electronic security industry.
SecTech’s seminar will be built around a panel of experts who will discuss risk and present layered mechanisms to prevent, deter and detect attacks on networked electronic security solutions.
From app-based mobile management of access control, security and automation solutions, to cloud-based alarm systems and networked video surveillance, this is a deep and complex area. Installers and end users seeking mitigation of risk should lock in the date SecTech visits their city and register here.
SecTech Roadies include our big Camera Shootout sponsors Hills and Genetec, as well as Bosch, LSC, CSD, Pelco, Video Security Products, C.R. Kennedy, Hikvision, ICT, Dahua, Mobotix, Tyco Security Products, BGWT, NX Witness and Q Security Systems.
SecTech Roadshow visits 5 cities in 2 weeks, drawing more than 1500 installers, integrators, consultants and end users to see the latest electronic security solutions in a focused an informal environment. There are 5 exhibitor spaces left in the Pantech – call Monique Keatinge on 61 2 9280 4425 and don’t miss out! ♦