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Security Experts at AMAG, Cisco, EMC, GTX, G4S, ImageWare, NetWatcher, Route1 and FBI Veteran Steve Cocco Discuss Threats and Solutions on SecuritySolutionsWatch.com

NEW YORK, NY — (Marketwired) — 05/17/16 — EMC Corporation (NYSE: EMC), G4S (LSE: GFS), GTX Corp (OTC PINK: GTXO), ImageWare Systems (OTCQB: IWSY); Route1 (TSX VENTURE: ROI)


This year–s event theme is a rich and complex evolving challenge which infosecurity professionals of all types are facing every day.
From collaborations with multiple partners and suppliers, to increased technological connectivity and the IoT, to connected, always-on, tech savvy employees and customers, organisations are more connected than ever before as they strive for efficiency and speed to market.
Hear from Mikko Hypponen, Jaya Baloo, Lee Barney, Bruce Schneier, Rik Ferguson, Cory Scott, Troels Oerting, Darren Argyle, Dean Atkinson, Professor Angela Sasse, Kurt Pipal and many more thought-leaders as they look at the challenges of securing the connected enterprise. .

For our complete interview with Matt Barnette, President, AMAG, or here:

,, Solutions Architect, IoT Vertical Solutions Group: Utilities, told us, “Utilities are especially popular, high-profile targets for attacks. According to the 73% of utility IT security professionals say they–ve suffered a public security breach, compared with an average of 55% in other industries. Most U.S. utilities have already undertaken substantial security measures throughout many parts of their systems. However, the nature of cyber threats and vulnerabilities keeps changing. U.S. utilities have, for several years, been deploying IoT technology (aka Smart Grid) because it enables significant business and operational benefits: increased grid reliability, enhanced integration of renewables and other distributed energy resources, reduced operating costs, and more. However, all of this opportunity comes with the tradeoffs of increased complexity and new risks.”

For the complete interview with at , or here:


Ken Mills, , Global Marketing and CTO, Surveillance and Security, told us, “We have launched five new solutions for surveillance. We–ve partnered with Avnet to build a compute plus storage bundle that greatly simplifies the deployment of an enterprise surveillance solution. With ATOS, a global partner of EMC, we are working to develop and bring to market surveillance storage as a service. As customers begin to consider cloud for their surveillance storage needs, we want to make sure they have a best in class enterprise option.

We have also launched a surveillance solution with VCE, the Converged Platforms Division of EMC. VCE brings together VMware, Cisco and EMC together in a single package for large-scale surveillance deployments. The VCE solutions for surveillance can handle thousands of cameras in a single rack with one number to call for support. It has never been easier to take advantage of this kind of pedigree in surveillance. And, finally we are launching a partner solution with Axis, Genetec and Avaya at ISC West. This partnership delivers “LINK”, the security industry–s first validated surveillance solution that helps secure video from the device all the way to the storage. It offers a cyber-hardened solution that provides scalability and reliability for enhanced security management while helping to reduce the possibility of a cyber-security breach. The partnership ensures that customers have the best solution to deliver surveillance at scale with the confidence they expect from market leaders in surveillance.

Lastly, we are releasing our second generation of the Video Surveillance Storage platform. We strongly believe that the surveillance market needs unique solutions and to that end we have brought our 6-9s enterprise class storage platforms to the surveillance market. Due to the success we had with our first generation Video Surveillance Storage (VSS), it was a no-brainer to take our most current generation storage platform and customize it for the surveillance market.”

For the complete interview with Ken Mills at , and Terry Gainer , or here: .

For more information about evidence management solutions at EMC, please click here: “?” or here: .

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And, for general information on EMC Surveillance solutions, , or here: .


Mr. Robert Dodge, CPP, Senior VP, G4S Corporate Risk Services, said, “On a Friday in October 2015, a disgruntled customer arrived at a leading, international publisher–s New York City headquarters and insisted on seeing the company–s CEO. When the receptionist asked the man to leave, he became aggressive and made threats against staff and the CEO before leaving the building. Concerned about the potential for violence, the company reached out to G4S to respond to the threat. Within hours, workplace violence expert Robert Dodge, CPP, Senior VP of G4S Corporate Risk Services, deployed armed protection agents at the CEOs Manhattan residence to protect him and his family over the weekend.”

For the complete content with Robert Dodge, CPP, Senior VP, G4S Corporate Risk Services, please click or here:


For the complete interview with Patrick Bertagna, CEO, Founder, Chairman, GTX Corp, please click or here:


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Scott Suhy, CEO, NetWatcher, told us, regarding how is making security easy for anyone to use, “One example is our . The app provides businesses with a real time snapshot of their overall network security, allowing them to access their user portal on-the-go. The app also features an overview of the user–s NetWatcher Score, which shows real-time vulnerability levels and how susceptible their company is to an attack. Based on the score the app recommends if action needs to be taken to secure the network and enables companies to resolve issues before a breach even occurs.”

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Route1 enables the mobile workspace without compromising on security. Its flagship technology MobiKEY uniquely combines secure mobile access, with high assurance identity validation and plug-and-play usability. Remote and mobile workers are able to securely and cost-effectively access their workspace from any device without exposing the organization to the risk of data spillage or malware propagation. MobiKEY customers include Fortune 500 enterprises as well as the U.S. Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Energy and the Government of Canada. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Route1 is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange.

For our complete interview with Mr. Brian Brunetti, President, Route1, , or here:

“I have dedicated my professional life to law enforcement and security and am now the president of my own company. I got here after 27 years with the FBI, having started off in the Bureau–s New York office as a linguist in the 1980s. I was so impressed with the professionalism of the agency that I decided I wanted to become an agent and was honored to be given the opportunity. I spent several years as a field agent in San Diego and New York before going into management. That took me to Rome, Italy, where I was assigned to the US embassy to support the FBI–s mission overseas. I also responded to the US embassy bombings in East Africa and conducted extensive FBI-sponsored training to foreign law enforcement partners in Africa and in Latin America. I was given the opportunity to set up the FBI–s Joint Terrorsim Task Force in the San Juan, Puerto Rico division and finally served as Assistance Special Agent in Charge in Phoenix. It was just an amazing career with outstanding people and opportunities.

For the complete interview with Steve Cocco, President, , or here:

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Geo IoT World is a 2-day conference, exhibition and testbed focused on the new location-aware technologies and use cases at the intersection of IoT, location and analytics.

From LPWA networks to Location Intelligence, from BLE-Beacons to mobile LBS, the conference covers state-of-the-art geolocation technologies, their implementation best practices, illustrated by the most inspiring use cases from key verticals: Retail, Smart Home, Smart City, Enterprise and Transport/Automotive.

In addition to the expertise delivered by 70 speakers in two parallel tracks, the conference features an exclusive indoor positioning testbed along with an exhibition of latest solutions and demos in the field. The most innovative products/applications newly launched will also be recognized through the Geo IoT World Awards.

Built by its Program Committee, the Geo IoT World agenda will give the IoT, location and analytics technologies stakeholders concrete answers to unleash the power of geolocation in their solutions and deployments:

Which wireless technologies is the best for precision indoor location?

How to provide ubiquitous location services?

How to derive intelligence from trillion of geo-aware data points?

How to leverage geodata in a business intelligence strategy?

What are the opportunities of geolocation for app developpers?

The privacy risks and challenges of collecting user–s geolocation

Europe–s leading security and fire industry events, IFSEC and FIREX International have today launched the first ever ARC Village at this year–s shows located at London–s ExCeL on 21st to 23rd June. Providing an incisive platform for the UK–s alarm receiving centres to showcase their technical expertise and services, the ARC Village will give visitors the opportunities to discuss their requirements in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

The ARC Village is brought to IFSEC and FIREX in association with our connectivity partner CSL Dualcom, a leading international Critical Connectivity┬« provider specialising in Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications. Security professionals visiting IFSEC and FIREX have the chance to meet a range of leading alarm receiving centres with the aim of gaining greater knowledge of the providers– services and how they–re able to provide vital connectivity and real time support in determining the validity of fire and security alarm activity.

The alarm receiving centres EMCS, Southern Monitoring Service & Kings Security Ltd have already joined the ARC Village and will be on hand to discuss their business with IFSEC and FIREX visitors. The Village will comprise of eight exhibition booths surrounding a central networking area featuring refreshments and seating for in depth conversations to take place. The ARC Village is strategically located in the Installer Zone, next to the Fire & Security Jobs Bar and the brand new in hall Bistro catering area which provides a range of hot food options.

IFSEC and FIREX event director Gerry Dunphy says: “We–re delighted to announce the introduction of the ARC Village to the shows this year and thank our friends at CSL Dualcom for supporting the initiative. Alarm receiving centres are a key component in the management of a security and fire alarm system and our visitors have been looking to meet them for a number of years. The ARC Village is also a major part of our offering for installers and integrators many of whom attend the shows to expand their knowledge and awareness of the services available to their businesses.”

Simon Banks, Managing Director of CSL Dualcom the IFSEC and FIREX Connectivity Partner, says: —-CSL Dualcom is a keen supporter of this new initiative at IFSEC and FIREX as it closes a much needed gap in the shows– exhibitor profile. Having serviced the alarm receiving centre market for a number of years we–re acutely aware of the role these companies play in maintaining accurate and verifiable alarm management so to have them showcased at IFSEC and FIREX 2016 is a major bonus for the visitors.”

Full details of the ARC Village will be updated on with full details of the participating companies plus the option for visitors to arrange appointments via the IFSEC and FIREX Meetings Service. For your chance to speak directly with each ARC, get your badge to attend IFSEC .

Any companies wishing to participate in the ARC Village, please contact Rachel Eaton on +44 (0) 207 921 8231 email .

IP EXPO Manchester is part of the IP EXPO event series, the UK and Europe–s number one enterprise IT event series, which also includes IP EXPO Europe in London and IP EXPO Nordic in Sweden. Launched by organisers Imago Techmedia in 2015, the event now encompasses six events under one roof including Cloud and Infrastructure, Cyber Security, Data Centre, DevOps, Data Analytics and Unified Communications. Designed for those looking to find out how the latest IT innovations can drive and support their business and transition to a digital future. The events showcase brand new exclusive content and senior level insights from across the industry, as well as unveiling the latest developments in IT. It covers everything you need to run a successful enterprise or organisation. This year–s speaker line-up includes Mandy Waite, developer advocate for Google Cloud Platform; Ian Massingham, technical evangelist at Amazon Web Services; and VMWare–s chief technologist Duncan Epping, with the opening keynote yet to be revealed. The inaugural event in 2015 saw over 3,400 attendees through its doors, 73 speakers hosting free-to-attend seminars covering all aspects of IT, and 72 exhibitors in total. 2016–s event will focus more on emerging technologies and supporting business transformation through these platforms. For full details and to register FREE, visit Meera Lakhani/ Beth Robertson, 020 3176 4700, Sophie Barry/Matthew Stubbs, 0203 841 8500

, a highly focused and high-energy event, will feature the significant policy issues and technology developments for today–s federal identity and security industry. The select group of speakers on the agenda and security companies in our exhibit area will highlight the present and future direction of the government–s efforts to manage identities and control access across all federal agencies. Don–t miss this year–s event, in the best venue to learn, communicate and network with fellow government security industry colleagues!


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