July 24, 2012 00:01 ET

Brivo, Dell SecureWorks, Intel, Videx, Wave Systems Discuss Security Solutions in Thought Leadership Interviews

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Brivo Systems
Mr. Steve Van Till, President and Chief Executive Officer, Brivo Systems, said, "One of the new services we'll be showing in our booth at the upcoming ASIS show is a solution for the federal market called CloudPass. It's basically an advanced, customized version of our existing commercial ACS WebService® offering, but segregated for federal government users and operated in a FISMA data center. Of course, it supports essential FIPS 201 and ICAM applications for the federal government, specifically around access control requirements."

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Dell SecureWorks
Mr. Mark Wood, Product Manager, Cloud Security, Dell SecureWorks, told us, "Our purpose-built security platform enables us to filter, correlate and analyze more than 29 billion events across our global customer base every day. We're also well known for our Counter Threat Unit research team, which includes some of the most experienced security experts in the industry. We use our correlation algorithms and our skilled staff to identify threat activity on customer networks as benign or hostile and to assign a level of severity to the hostile activity. The net is that if we call you, you know it's worth your immediate attention and if we don't, you know you can sleep easier."

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Mr. Jason Waxman, General Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Group, Intel, told us, "With cloud infrastructure, servers are typically virtualized and shared across multiple lines of business or even among multiple organizations rather than dedicated to specific lines of business. When IT wants to link multiple cloud data centers together to gain efficiencies -- the tools to secure this far-reaching infrastructure are still evolving. This lack of visibility -- even in private clouds that are behind a company's firewall -- have people concerned because they no longer have dedicated equipment for their line of business and instead are using shared, multi-tenant resources. This is why 61% of IT that were surveyed are concerned about having less control and visibility over these shared resources, even in a private cloud. Intel and McAfee are working to address these challenges and advance security solutions for cloud services."

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Videx CyberLock
Videx shared with us the following success story.

The Amsterdam Metro is a mixed rapid transit and light rail system in Amsterdam, and its surrounding municipalities Amstelveen, Diemen, and Ouder-Amstel in the Netherlands. The network is owned by the city of Amsterdam and operated by the Gemeentelijk Vervoerbedrijf (GVB), the company that also operates trams, ferries, and local buses.

In the Amsterdam underground, a cylinder has a lot to endure; it must be resistant to various sorts of stress such as violent burglary attempts, vandalism, manipulation, corrosion, and rough handling. And even if it is strong enough to withstand all of these, the life of a lock can be severely shortened if a vital key gets lost. Frank de Vries, Manager of the Amsterdam underground stations, said, "We used to have a mechanical lock system, but we were constantly facing problems with it, due to keys getting lost. Since replacing all cylinders would be a rather costly affair, we only replaced those that the lost key could open. However, that way, we eventually ended up with huge key rings."

The GVB made the decision to install CyberLock after doing research on several options. Initially, CyberLock was received with skepticism, but that attitude soon changed. There were only a few complaints from managers who were no longer able to open certain doors -- doors they should not have been able to open to begin with. "Within a month, all cylinders had been replaced, including those in doors with very uncommon profiles. We have not had to adjust a single lock, and the installation of the cylinders was easily done by our own locksmith," stated De Vries. For more information, please click here.

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Wave Systems Corp. announced that it has signed a worldwide distribution agreement with Lenovo, the world's second-largest PC company, under which Lenovo will offer Wave's security solutions on a resale basis and through its channel partners.

"Wave is honored to continue and expand its relationship with Lenovo, one of the pre-eminent PC manufacturers in the world," said Steven Sprague, CEO of Wave Systems. "While Lenovo has long been one of our supporting OEMs -- for years procuring Wave software through our distribution partners -- this agreement gives Lenovo direct access to the Wave portfolio."

The increased emphasis on trusted computing is driving the security industry toward hardware-based security technologies that offer improved access control, encryption, and the early detection of malware. In particular, solid state Self-Encrypting Drives (SEDs) and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security chips deliver stronger security for end-users and better protection for their critical data. With Wave's industry-leading solutions, Lenovo customers are empowered to secure endpoint data, protect data-in-motion and ensure that only trusted devices gain access to the enterprise network.

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ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar & Exhibits
September 10-13, 2012, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

More than 20,000 security professionals will head to Philadelphia this September 10-13 for the most exciting, informative, and innovative security event of the year -- ASIS 2012 ( If you are responsible for protecting human, logical, or physical assets for your organization, city, or nation -- you can't afford to miss ASIS 2012. It is here that you will discover what's changed, what works, and what's next in the industry.

  • Best education program in the industry
  • Unparalleled networking opportunities
  • Exhibit hall packed with innovative solutions

Register today!


PSA Security Network Announces Dates for PSA-TEC 2013
May 6-10, 2013
Westin Westminster
Westminster, Colorado

PSA Security Network announced the date and location of its 2013 industry leading education and networking event, PSA-TEC. PSA-TEC offers physical security professionals the opportunity to earn or maintain industry credentials, as well as build their knowledge and professional network in business optimization and acumen, the latest technologies, managed services,
leadership development, and much more.

PSA-TEC 2013 will be held from May 6-10, 2013, with the exhibit hall open on Wednesday, May 8, at the Westin Westminster in Westminster, Colorado. Early bird registration is set to begin on February 18, 2013 and end on April 19, 2013.

"PSA-TEC is truly one-of-a-kind and is open to all security professionals, from the integrator to the end-user. The 2012 event exceeded the expectations of PSA-TEC attendees and event sponsors, and we fully expect PSA-TEC 2013 to continue the tradition of constant improvement," stated Bill Bozeman, President and CEO of PSA Security Network. "We are proud to be able to bring together elite professionals and visionaries from the security industry to learn about the latest specialized technologies, industry developments, and business management techniques. There is something of value here for personnel
at any level of the organization."

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October 30-31, 2012
Javits Center
New York, New York

"After consulting with ISC attendees, exhibitors, supporters, and Associations to determine what is working and what needs improvement, the consensus was to have the Northeast's largest annual gathering of security professionals go back to its roots. As a result, ISC Solutions will again be known and run as ISC East. "Over and over, people familiar with the show told us that 'We don't care what you name it, we call it ISC East,'" emphasizes Ed Several, senior vice president, ISC Events. "They want it to be the East Coast version of ISC West for all segments of the security channel. They want a place where they can network with peers, meet their customers, see new products, and get relevant education to improve their skills. Therefore, we will be adding the best of ISC West along with some distinctly Northeast features to ISC East."

"The exhibition, to be held October 30-31, 2012, at the Javits Center will feature over 300 exhibitors showcasing new products, technologies and services to a wide range of security professionals. For dealers, installers, integrators, and specifiers, the Event will focus on retro-fitting and updating to increase profits. For end users, achieving business optimization is the main theme. Both concepts will be supported by key exhibitors and free high quality education."

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