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Audio: Physical Security, IoT & The Role of Open Standards

For those who missed it or want to listen again, below is the Audio Stream from our 8th Free Webinar in the 2016 Smart Buildings Series, sponsored by Tridium

Physical Security, IoT & The Role of Open Standards. This is a Q&A Webinar with Per Björkdahl, Chairman of the ONVIF Steering Committee.

In this Webinar, we take a comprehensive look at ONVIF and its impact on the Physical Security Industry.

  • The industry’s approach to IoT is an issue that have already shaped the development of ONVIF’s profiles. ONVIF’s cyber security strategies and future profile developments are discussed in detail.
  • As the Internet of Things begins to become a reality and cloud usage increases, there are serious concerns abound about the security of information and the physical structures that protect this information. We examine cyber security from a physical security standards viewpoint, focusing on how standards can help better secure sensitive communications between devices.

 

 

 

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