NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 15, 2016) - Dell Technologies (NYSE: DVMT), ImageWare Systems (OTCQB: IWSY); Route1 (TSX VENTURE: ROI), GTX Corp (OTC PINK: GTXO)
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Marc Blackmer, Product Marketing Manager, Industry Solutions, Security Business Group, Cisco
Mr. Ken Mills, Chief Technology Officer Surveillance and Security, Dell Technologies
Jim Miller, Chairman and CEO, ImageWare Systems
Tony Busseri, Route1, CEO
Scott B. Suhy, CEO, NetWatcher
And... From The Newsroom... GTX Corp Expands Distribution in Mexico
GTX Corp, an IoT platform in the personal location GPS wearable and wandering assistive technology business, announced the commercial launch of the GPS SmartSole with C&R Care Solutions, a privately owned company headquartered in Mexico City which sells and supports GPS-based tracking solutions throughout the country of Mexico. Please join Patrick Bertagna, GTX CEO, Founder, Chairman "In The Boardroom" here or here: http://www.securitysolutionswatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_GTX_Bertanga.html
IN THE BOARDROOM WITH...
Mr. Marc Blackmer, Product Marketing Manager, Industry Solutions, Security Business Group, Cisco, told us, "We estimate that there will be 50 billion -- with a 'b' -- connected things by 2020, and that includes critical infrastructure, mining, manufacturing, energy production, and so on. Accordingly, malicious hacking is becoming more lucrative and impactful as this connectivity increases. We've already seen how malware can be used to help take down a power grid. Therefore, if we are to reap the benefits of greater connectivity, then we need to be sure we are connecting security to protect human health and safety, as well as environment safety."
For our complete interview with Mr. Marc Blackmer, Product Marketing Manager, Industry Solutions, Security Business Group, Cisco, please click here or here: http://www.securitysolutionswatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_Cisco_Blackmer.html
Mr. Ken Mills, Chief Technology Officer Surveillance and Security, Dell Technologies, told us, "I am very excited about the value Dell EMC will bring to the surveillance and security market. Mr. Dell has discussed on a number of occasions that Dell EMC is a 1 + 1 = 3 opportunity for our customers and partners. This is especially true in the surveillance market. Dell EMC brings together the industry- leading server portfolio from Dell, the industry leading virtualization platform from VMware, and the 5-time surveillance market leader in surveillance storage from EMC. The surveillance industry is rapidly moving to the datacenter and we are hearing more and more that our customers want open, scalable and reliable enterprise infrastructure for their surveillance compute and storage. Adding Dell's server, networking and OEM portfolio to EMC's edge to core to cloud storage architectures provides customers a validated end-to-end solution for surveillance infrastructure. Combining Dell with EMC will provide our joint customers more choice and more value than on our own. Dell EMC will reduce the complexity of deploying large scale surveillance solutions."
For our complete interview with Mr. Ken Mills, Chief Technology Officer Surveillance and Security, Dell Technologies, please click here or here: http://www.securitysolutionswatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_DELL_EMC.html
ImageWare Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: IWSY), the pioneer in biometric authentication, announced a new strategic partnership with Fortscale Security, a leading User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) provider. The combined solution will leverage Fortscale's award winning UEBA with ImageWare Systems' leading biometric platform to detect compromised credentials.
The joint offer will provide an unprecedented level of account security to the global enterprise security market. The companies also declare a joint strategy to continue co-developing of a broader, advanced, adaptive identity management suite. Modeling over 100 behavioral attributes, Fortscale applies advanced machine learning to form a behavioral baseline and alert whenever an account is performing either abnormal, risky, or malicious actions. ImageWare Systems' mobile biometric user authentication solution, GoVerifyID, will be integrated with Fortscale 2.7 to verify a user's identity when abnormal behavior, such as accessing restricted enterprise resources, is detected.
The integrated solution can function either as a cloud-based or on-premise deployment, and ensures seamless integration with other existing security and access providers.
"Enterprise security pros already know that user behavior analytics, like Fortscale's, offers the best defense against credential theft, hijacking, and abuse," said Idan Tendler, founder & CEO, Fortscale. "By integrating with ImageWare System's GoVerifyID, we deliver an automated, comprehensive, and seamless federated identity management for enterprises."
"Fortscale is an industry leading product that analyzes network user behavior to determine the presence of attackers," said Jim Miller, ImageWare Systems' Chairman & CEO. "By integrating GoVerifyID with Fortscale 2.7, we are enabling better threat detection with the highest level of identity assurance."
For our complete interview with Jim Miller, ImageWare Systems, Chairman and CEO, please click here or here: www.securitysolutionswatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_ImageWare.html
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Route1... recent announcements include:
Route1 Reports 2016 Second Quarter Financial Results
Route1 Launches MobiENCRYPT - Smart Card Based Full Disk Encryption Technology
Route1 Provides Q2 2016 Operations Update
For Route1 news: https://www.route1.com/investors/press-releases.html
For our discussions with Tony Busseri, CEO, and with Brian Brunetti, President, Route1, please click here, or here: www.securitysolutionswatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_Route1_Brunetti.html
Scott Suhy, CEO, NetWatcher, told us, "We just launched into beta an endpoint that both works with locally deployed sensors when the user is on-premise as well as and with our cloud sensor when the user is at home or at the coffee shop. We agree that all security is moving to the cloud but we also believe that there is a transition period. Our architecture supports detection and response locally for on-premise users and IOT devices and it also supports the mobile workforce when they are not local. Most SIEM/security providers only support on-premise. What is unique with the NetWatcher Cloud Endpoint? 2 big things. The one I already mentioned -- it can work without local on-premise security infrastructure. The second area -- We are offering a free version of the endpoint that anyone can download and use for no cost."
For our complete interview with Scott Suhy, CEO, NetWatcher, please click here or here: www.securitysolutionswatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_Netwatcher_Suhy.html