CNL Protects European Critical Infrastructure

Gasunie, the leading Dutch natural gas infrastructure and transportation company has recently selected IPSecurityCenter™ to integrate and manage critical security assets across the Netherlands and Germany. The CNL IPSecurityCenter PSIM was chosen following a lengthy and detailed tender selection process throughout 2017, and will be delivered by CNL Software’s Dutch partner, Mactwin Security, as part of a 10-year contract. Whilst PSIM platforms have traditionally focused on core security subsystems, there is increasing demand for companies to address the proliferation of IoT devices, sensors and related subsystems. Being entirely agnostic to…

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Dahua DB10 Wi-Fi Video Doorbell

Dahua Technology has released its first battery powered, Wi-Fi video doorbell – DB10. As the society rapidly develops, people’s social circles are expanding. They are either in a get-together, in a vacation overseas, or at work; they spend less time at home. Traditional digital doorbells become less helpful to residents who are always on the go. With no network connectivity and no video recording, the householder is likely to miss important visitors and information. To solve these problems, Dahua releases the Wi-Fi video doorbell DB10 to enable you to answer…

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Banker’s Legal Guide to Deal with Phishing Scams and Cyber Crimes in India

Online banking has revolutionized banking transactions whereby money could be transferred at a single click. It has been a time saver and has been an extremely convenient method to undertake commercial transactions. However, it has led to litigations against banks as well, as with online banking also come phishing emails. Phishing emails in these cases are those which purport to have been sent by the bank with the look and feel of a legitimate email. They ask the user to enter their username and password to reconfirm their accounts, with…

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Top Video Surveillance Trends for 2018 – Big Differences between the Chinese Market and the Rest of the World

Demand for professional video surveillance cameras has been growing quickly and is forecast to continue growing in 2018. It is estimated that less than 10 million surveillance cameras were shipped globally in 2006, which grew to over 100 million in 2016, and is forecast to make over 130 million during 2018. Despite this increase in demand, the average price of cameras and other video surveillance equipment will continue to fall quickly. As a result, IHS Markit forecasts that in terms of US dollar revenues the world market for video surveillance…

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