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Viakoo Comments on Solarwinds Breach

Summary Viakoo was not affected by the SolarWinds breach.  Viakoo does not share technologies nor use SolarWinds in our products or  infrastructure. Viakoo takes security of our infrastructure extremely seriously and has implemented numerous defensive measures and procedures to prevent breaches.   Advisory No immediate actions are required of Viakoo Customers. Normal precautions such as IP traffic monitoring and the like are appropriate measures.  Recommended Actions Improve the Cyber Hygiene of your IoT devices by updating the firmware, passwords, and certificates of all  IP cameras, access control panels, etc.  Run automated cyber threat detection and remediation solutions across your infrastructure.

Good Advice – Wash Your Cyber Hands!  Even Better – Do It Remotely!!

We are on the verge of a crisis in Cyber Hygiene.  Not only are millions of IoT devices (like...

Enterprises Sit on a Time Bomb

The Security Industry Association's Primer: Minimize Risk by Protecting Privacy is an important...

Edge Data Centers Drive Changes in Physical Security

According to a recent report from the research firm IDC entitled Data Age 2025, more than 33...

How to Get Physical with Cybersecurity

Earlier this summer the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security (CCHS) at Auburn University in...

The Need for Compliance as a Service for Physical Security

Physical security systems can be managed and operated in a variety of ways – some methods lead to...

Viakoo Solutions Harden and Support Cloud-Based Physical Security Services

Many organizations are implementing, or have already implemented, cloud-based physical security...

How Viakoo Can Make Elections Secure Again

This past Thursday evening Viakoo participated in a great event hosted by CapitolSec 2020 in...

Digital Twins – Secure Enough For Security?

Because they model a part of the real world, “digital twins” are quickly becoming important...

Convergence is Back with a Vengeance

A few years ago at physical security industry conferences the word I heard the most was...
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