These days it is not unusual to walk too far before you see the endpoint of a video surveillance system. Consider the cameras you have seen on homes, at traffic stoplights (look up), in stores, at the gym, in your workplace (when you are back in the office), transportation centers, warehouse facilities ... the list can go on and on. Video surveillance is a necessity in many environments. There are many use cases for video surveillance that make security sense. This session will provide a background into the steps a team can take to self-assess their physical security video surveillance infrastructure to avoid being hacked as in the case of Verkada.
Awareness to IoT and video surveillance infrastructure.
Practical steps an organization's IT and security team[s] can take to evaluate their hardware solution.
Practical steps organizations can take to evaluate their software and cloud video surveillance solution.
M.S.; CISSP; CCSK; CCSA; ITIL; PMDPro,
Director and Lecturer,