• 00:41

    The Next Wave Of Security Technology - Unified Threat Management

    in Technology

    In today's world, business owners want complete protection and security offered to their physical premises, both inside and outside.  In the past, business owners would be required to purchase and deploy security technologies in "piecmeal".  Meaning, only type of security technology served only specific purpose in safeguarding the business.  Obviously, this "piecmeal" approach has proven to be not only very expensive for the small business owner to procure and maintain, but the technology also gets outdated very quickly.  Thus, the business owner is yet once again faced in deploying newer security technology using the "piecemeal" approach.  However, there is a new security solution out there-which is known as "Unified Threat Management" and can provide the business owner a snapshot of the entire security infrastructure of his or her business at a fraction of the cost of the legacy security technologies.  In this radio show, we interview Mr. Soren Frederiksen, VP of Development of iView Systems. 


    This company has come out with the "holistic" view to security for any sized business, which includes the following components:


    *Incident Reporting and Risk Management;


    *Visitor Management;


    *Identification Management;


    *Compliance and Reporting;


    *Responsible Gaming.


    Learn more about this and much more in this radio interview!

  • 6 Ways To Avoid Security Cameras Burnout

    in Blogs

    Another reasons why more and more consumers are buying wireless home surveillance cameras is that they could be hidden so well that no-one will know you might have them. These systems let the user to see what will go on, throughout the cameras, utilizing their laptop of smartphone screens because main monitor. Shopping around would really assist you to customize your house safety camera and system you need. With regard to high-security rooms within your establishment or office, experts recommend that use of these particular spots be tied to few individuals. security cameras bismarck nd The gadget freaks also find this revolutionary product with a FM radio equipped having a pause feature that is certainly basically employed to pause a live program for nearly approximately 15 mins.

  • 00:43

    Significance and Security

    in Self Help

    Everyone desire security and significance.  Regardless of professions, credentials, or possessions, the vast majority of us are swimming in a sea of insecurity and trying our best to hide it.  The messages all around us are that worldly things can fulfill us.  It’s on TV, in magazines, on the internet; everywhere we turn we’re being bombarded by empty promises for a more fulfilling life. . . a better husband, a better body, a better career, a more beautifully decorated house . . . to be liked, to be wanted, to feel we have something unique to offer.  They sneak into our thought process and make us think, if only I had . . . I’d be so secure and fulfilled.


    Until our hearts find complete security and significance in God’s unconditional love, we will never be satisfied.  As children of God we are designed to find our identity, our significance, and our confidence in Him.  The only way we’ll be able to do this is if we move beyond knowing about God to knowing and relying on Him.


    When Christ told His disciples, “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32), He was referring not only to an intellectual assent to the truth, but also to the application of truth in the most basic issues of life:  our goals, our motives, and our sense of self-worth.  Unfortunately, many give only lip service to the powerful truths of the Scriptures.  True freedom is when we learn to apply foundational truths that can motivate us to live for Christ instead of the approval of others.

  • CLOUD Security

    in Technology

    "The LaPass RePort" Tech Tips Tuesdays on CLOUD Security.


    Visit us: www.LaPassProductions.com
    New Media Consulting since 2007

  • 00:54

    Understanding The Israeli Perspective On Security

    in Technology

    As we all know, the typical market applications for Biometrics and related other related Security technologies falls primarily into four distinctive applications:


    1) Physical Access Entry;


    2) Time and Attendance;


    3) Single Sign On;


    4) Multimodal, or multi layered Biometric solutions.


    In this radio show, we have the privilege to speak with Mr. Arie Melamed Yekel, the Chief Marketing Officer of FST Biometrics, a leading Security firm based out of Israel.  Rather than trying to dominate all of the market spaces within Biometrics, FST Biometrics is dominant within the Physical Access Entry market.  From within this, they have developed cutting edge products and solutions which examines and confirms the identity of the entire individual, not just based from one Biometric modality.  Their unique technology fuses all aspects of Security, which include Facial Recognition, Voice Recognition, Behavioral Analytics, Visitor Management, License Plate Recognition, and high level Video Analytics. 

  • 01:00

    Don't Forget To Close That Backdoor In Your Software App Development Process!!!

    in Technology

    In the world of IT, security can often be a nebulous topic to be discussed about.  For example, where does security start and where does it end?  Does it even have an endpoint at all?  Many professionals would argue the point that you can fortify your servers, workstations, network connections, but what good is all of that if the actual software applications you create are not secure themselves?  Well, this is the focal point of today's podcast.  We examine the concept of security from the standpoint of implementing security in the source code itself.  After all, this is the heart of any software application.  If this is not fortified, this can be a major point for attackers and hackers to penetrate into, and from there exploit any other security vulnerabilities and weakensses in the business infrastructure.


    In today's radio show, we interview Ms. Claire Hunsaker, the VP of Marketing and Business Development at Stormpath.  We learn how their API software development products can lead to much more secure, and robust source code creation

  • 00:08

    The Next Wave Of Security Technology - Unified Threat Management

    in Technology

    In today's world, business owners want complete protection and security offered to their physical premises, both inside and outside.  In the past, business owners would be required to purchase and deploy security technologies in "piecmeal".  Meaning, only type of security technology served only specific purpose in safeguarding the business.  Obviously, this "piecmeal" approach has proven to be not only very expensive for the small business owner to procure and maintain, but the technology also gets outdated very quickly.  Thus, the business owner is yet once again faced in deploying newer security technology using the "piecemeal" approach.  However, there is a new security solution out there-which is known as "Unified Threat Management" and can provide the business owner a snapshot of the entire security infrastructure of his or her business at a fraction of the cost of the legacy security technologies.  In this radio show, we interview Mr. Soren Frederiksen, VP of Development of iView Systems. 


    This company has come out with the "holistic" view to security for any sized business, which includes the following components:


    *Incident Reporting and Risk Management;


    *Visitor Management;


    *Identification Management;


    *Compliance and Reporting;


    *Responsible Gaming.


    Learn more about this and much more in this radio interview!

  • 00:16

    Mike Gregoire - Network Security Group

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Michael Gregoire from Network Security Group to discuss their second annual Nashoba Valley Resort Network Security Summit. This is a great segment for any business owner concerned about IT Security.

  • 00:25

    Do You Know the " Protocols Of Security " ?

    in Current Events

    The Protocols Of Security are pretty basic but each individual circumstances may be the same and different at the same time ? Some people have to make sure there families always have a bodygaurd in place, and that could be very overwhelming to people who are not used to having that ! I never had a bodygaurd and never thought I would need one but its better to be safe and sorry ! As my life is changing for the best with business opportunities coming my way I learned reall quick, you got to protect yours !

  • 00:32

    Is Your Cloud Infrastructure At Risk From Cyber Based Attacks? Find Out More!

    in Technology

    Up to this point, most of our podcasts on network security have been about learning how to protect the actual infrastructure of your business - both from the inside and the outside.  But, there is also another critical asset which is just as much at risk.  This is your 'Cloud based Infrastructure'.  In today's business world, many entities now outsource their entire IT system to the Cloud.  The benefits of it are very obvious, such as on demand software services, and low, predicatble costs.


    But, your Cloud Infrastructure is also prone to being the point of major Cyber based attacks and hacks.  In today's podcast, we interview Ms. Michele Borovac of HyTrust Corporation, and learn how a business owner can apply their security solutions in protecting your Cloud.

  • 00:33

    The Sony Hack: A Security Community Discussion

    in Technology

    If you’re a security professional, you’ve probably been asked many questions about the December attack on Sony, the pre-emption of the movie The Interview, and the possible implications for enterprises and cyber conflict in the future. Now’s your chance to have that conversation with top experts and your peers in the IT security industry.


    On Jan. 21 at 1pm eastern, you can join a special, one-hour Dark Reading Radio discussion devoted to the Sony hack and the issues that may arise from it. Hosted by Dark Reading editors Tim Wilson and Sara Peters, the discussion will feature expert guest speakers and will address a wide range of questions, including:



    Was the attack really perpetrated by North Korea, and how did they do it?

    What could Sony have done to prevent it? How could they have responded differently?

    If the threat of further attacks prevented theaters from showing a movie, could cyber attackers use similar methods to stop other organizations from conducting business?

    What implications/conclusions should security pros draw from this attack?


    This online radio program will not only allow you to listen in, but you can also ask questions of the experts and participate in a chat-style online discussion.

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