Cyber Range Simulation Training Center in Tokyo

The facility, powered by the Cyberbit Range platform, will train cyber defenders in preparation for cyberattacks during the 2020 Olympic Games and beyond Cyberbit, whose cybersecurity solutions protect the world’s most sensitive networks, and Ni Cybersecurity, the Japanese cybersecurity service provider, have recently inaugurated the new Cyber Range training facility in Toranomon, Tokyo. The training center will provide hands-on simulated training for cybersecurity professionals and help address the growing shortage in cybersecurity experts, especially in preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic games, which are expected to bring with…

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GJD Acquires Radiovisor

GJD, the leading global manufacturers and designers of professional external detector equipment and LED illuminators has acquired the infra-red beam and barrier technology plus all related intellectual property rights of Radiovisor Limited t/a Lazer Systems. Radiovisor’s ‘PREDATOR’ range of dual, quad and tower active IR beam sets plus the ATEX approved GS100 beam for use in hazardous areas will be manufactured at GJD’s factory in Heywood, and will undoubtedly enhance GJD’s perimeter security product range. Radiovisor Parent Limited was established over 90 years ago and was one of the innovators…

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Dahua International Academy, Poland

Dahua Technology has established the first Dahua International Academy in Poland in May 2017 for both internal and external trainings. The academy aims to provide comprehensive and systematic trainings to  Dahua local employees and customers to let them acquire deep understanding of Dahua products & solutions, local storage & logistics capability, as well as access to technical support services in local market. Dahua Poland Academy covers all the training programs in Central & Eastern Europe and Nordic regarding company information, sales & marketing strategy, channel policy, products & solutions and…

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Integrating ACTEnterprise & Eventys

Following the recent acquisition of Dublin-based company ACT, one of Vanderbilt’s latest product offerings blends access control and video together – ACTEnterprise access control software, now supports integration with Eventys EX network video recorders (NVRs). Eventys NVRs offer methodical video recording of up to 16 IP cameras. Now, thanks to ACTEnterprise, cameras connected to an Eventys EX NVR can be associated with access control doors, making the security solution’s rewards considerable. Vanderbilt believes this blend of access control and video surveillance will make the day-to-day management of multiple security systems…

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