FICCI Homeland Security 2018 : Cyber Crime Management

FICCI has recently organized a two-day conference on Homeland Security 2018 on the theme of ‘Cyber Crime Management’ in association with Vivekananda International Foundation. The Conference was inaugurated by S. S. Ahluwalia, the Union Minister of State for Electronics and IT who cautioned against indiscreet use of internet as it is fraught with grave threats of cyberattacks, thereby depriving the user of precious data and loss of privacy. On the occasion, the Minister also released the FICCI-EY report on ‘Confronting the New-Age Cybercriminal: Disrupting the Web of Crime.’ National Cyber…

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FLIR Systems “ Saros “

FLIR Systems has recently announced the Saros™ line of security cameras, its next-generation outdoor security product line that combines multiple traditional perimeter protection technologies into a unified solution. This approach is designed to deliver accurate, actionable alerts and verified alarm data. The FLIR Saros camera line enables commercial businesses to implement stateof-the-art outdoor intrusion detection in a cost-effective manner. Traditional perimeter security systems can require substantial investment, both in infrastructure and in ongoing expenses stemming from false alarms. FLIR Saros not only greatly reduces the cost of initial deployment by…

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IFSEC International Converged Security Centre Powered by Vidsys

IFSEC International 2018 will play host to a dedicated learning and demonstration area, where visitors will benefit from a real-time immersive experience of integrated physical and cyber security. Networked systems and applied technologies are presenting security management professionals with rising levels of information outputs and data, which are rapidly becoming core aspects of their business strategies. The business intelligence available from this deepening level of integration is now a core competency, providing commercial, industrial and government users with unparalleled levels of insight. However, these systems also represent major security vulnerabilities;…

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NIST Validation Tests for Security Automation

The Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) consists of open standards that are widely used by organizations to measure and continuously monitor the security settings and controls of computer systems and applications in order to find software flaws and security-related configuration issues. Also, SCAP standardizes the nomenclature and formats used to manage and measure the vulnerability of computer systems to threats and their compliance to policies, especially Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). NIST has published NIST Internal Report (NISTIR) 7511 Revision 5, Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) Version 1.3 Validation…

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