Razberi CEO to Discuss Cybersecurity Best Practices at TEC 2017

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Laura Newell on May 3, 2017 8:00:09 AM
Tanner LaRocque on 2 minute read


Tom Galvin to outline how to mitigate the security vulnerabilities of video surveillance systems

DALLAS – May 2, 2017 – Cameras connected to enterprise networks are under increasing risk of security incidents from physical sabotage, vandalism, and cybersecurity breaches. Next week at the TEC security conference, Razberi Technologies CEO Tom Galvin will explain these security exposures and best practices for how to handle them. Presented by the PSA Security Network, the event will be held on May 7-11 in Westminster, Colorado.

Session Title: Security of the Security: Cybersecurity Best Practices and Automation for Video Surveillance Systems

Date/Time: Tuesday, May 9, 1:00 p.m. MDT


Topic: Video surveillance systems are under numerous and escalating threats. Even initially well-protected and isolated “camera only” networks can suffer security weaknesses caused by unintended connections that bridge to the main corporate network.

The majority of surveillance video susceptibilities are due to human error such as negligence and misconfigurations. Unfortunately for most installers, addressing this issue requires a detailed understanding of network operations and a labor-intensive process to fully secure the system. Lack of know-how and a constant waterfall of urgent items often prevent physical security and IT professionals from deploying the right preventative measures.

During the session, Tom will outline how security professionals can better protect their video surveillance systems from security threats. Attendees will learn:

  • The various types of security vulnerabilities often caused by human error such as: weak passwords, poor deployment, the need for multi-departmental cooperation, software bugs, physical installation problems, poor maintenance, etc.;
  • Best practices for securing cameras in small businesses, mid-size companies, and enterprises with large network infrastructures; and
  • Ways that automated camera hardening solutions – done correctly and at scale – could make their lives easier.

Razberi will also be exhibiting in booth #A15 and demonstrating its new CameraDefense software that protects IP cameras and corporate networks from cyber attacks and other security risks.

About Razberi

Razberi Technologies offers a reliable, secure, and network-friendly video surveillance infrastructure that records the highest quality video while reducing capital, bandwidth, and space costs. Razberi ServerSwitchIQ appliances uniquely combine a firewall, PoE switch, server, storage, and intelligence. Deployed in a scalable architecture near the network’s edge, the platform enables organizations to decrease network utilization by up to 95 percent and protect cameras from cyber attacks. Embedded Razberi CameraDefense software automates cybersecurity protections with camera hardening and cyber threat monitoring. Built-in Razberi VyneWatch health monitoring software alerts security professionals to issues 24x7. Razberi appliances are compatible with top video management systems (VMS) and any network camera. The company is headquartered in Dallas. For more information, visit razberi.net.

Media Contacts:
Chandra Hosek
H2 Strategic Communications
(512) 524-9652

Topics: cyberattacks, Cybersecurity, video surveillance, intelligent surveillance appliances, News


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About Razberi Technologies

Razberi makes it simple to manage and secure video surveillance and IoT systems. Razberi’s open video surveillance platform includes intelligent appliances combined with automated cybersecurity, and health monitoring software. In combination with a wide range of top third-party video management software (VMS) applications and IP cameras, enterprises can flexibly deploy a best-of-breed solution that reduces their total cost of ownership and reduces the likelihood of a costly cyber breach. Razberi is headquartered in Dallas.

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