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SecTech Panel Session Securing Networked Security Devices Boots Up at 11am!

SECTECH Roadshow’s Panel Session Securing Networked Security Devices boots up at 11am this Thursday, May 4! Attendees should get to Randwick Racecourse a little before 11am (pre-register here!) – the Panel Session room is beside the Expo.

SecTech’s seminar is built around a panel of experts which will discuss risk and present layered mechanisms to prevent, deter and detect attacks on networked electronic security solutions. 

From app-based mobile management of access control, security and automation solutions, to cloud-based alarm systems and networked video surveillance, this is a deep and complex area. Installers and end users seeking mitigation of risk shouldn’t miss it!

As well as questions from the floor, the Panel Session will consider:

Q: What are the greatest vulnerabilities of networked security devices?

Q: What do you think is the single most important thing installers and integrators can do to ensure their customer’s networked security solutions remain secure? 

Q: Passwords are more complex than people imagine, aren’t they? Is password management just as vital?

Q: Is setting up a VLAN a relatively simple process? What’s involved?

Q: What’s the process of blocking an IP address that makes multiple attempts to breach a password?

Q: Can security devices still be secure when installed outside a subnet? 

Q: SSL – why is secure sockets layer so important for many networked security devices?

Q: What’s the best way to defend network ports from scanning and attempted breaches?

Q: How would you set up a mobile device that was authorised to manage an electronic security solution?

Pre-register here now and don't miss out! ♦

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