Razberi to Host Webcast on Cybersecurity Best Practices for the Security Industry

Cybersecurity experts to cover three ways to protect video surveillance systems from cyber attacks

DALLAS--()--Hackers are using surveillance systems as an entry point to do harm, making it imperative that network security cameras and other devices be installed and administered with cybersecurity in mind. On Tuesday, May 23, Razberi will host a free webinar featuring two cybersecurity experts who will discuss these threats and how to thwart them.

Webinar Title: 3 Ways to Plug Cybersecurity Holes in Video Surveillance Systems

Date/Time: Tuesday, May 23, 11:30 a.m. CDT

Topic: Left unprotected, network cameras and appliances are vulnerable end points that hackers can use to breach corporate networks, launch attacks on the public Internet or disrupt the video surveillance system. Many organizations do not have the budget, time, and expertise required to properly harden all cameras and configure firewalls around camera networks.

During this event attendees will learn about the weaknesses of security systems and pragmatic ways to cover the key layers of security, including:

  • Why cybersecurity risks and surveillance threats are escalating
  • How to automate camera hardening and prevent device hacking
  • Cybersecurity best practices that effectively isolate and protect security components from attack


Rohit Dhamankar, Vice President, Security Services and Solutions, DrCISO: Rohit currently serves as a virtual CISO and product advisor to start-up as well as small and medium-sized clients. He is a recognized cybersecurity expert in the industry and has worked on a number of cutting-edge security technologies in various start-ups. His passion is figuring out ways to defeat the adversary. He has worked with SANS and BlackHat in spreading cybersecurity education via newsletters and courses.

Stephen Schwartz, VP Product Development, Razberi Technologies: Stephen is responsible for introducing innovative new products to the video surveillance industry. He manages Razberi’s product and software development teams as well as external partnerships. Most recently, he was the CTO for RFID Global Solution and director of engineering for Genesta Partnership.

To register for the webinar and receive the recording after the event, visit: http://bit.ly/2pGdTEB.

Razberi recently announced its new CameraDefense cybersecurity solution that protects IP cameras and corporate networks from cyber attacks and other security risks.

About Razberi

Razberi Technologies offers a reliable, secure, and network-friendly video surveillance infrastructure that records the highest quality video while reducing capital, bandwidth, and space costs. Razberi ServerSwitchIQ appliances uniquely combine a firewall, PoE switch, server, storage, and intelligence. Deployed in a scalable architecture near the network’s edge, the platform enables organizations to decrease network utilization by up to 95 percent and protect cameras from cyber attacks. Embedded Razberi CameraDefense software automates cybersecurity protections with camera hardening and cyber threat monitoring. Built-in Razberi VyneWatch health monitoring software alerts security professionals to issues 24x7. Razberi appliances are compatible with top video management systems (VMS) and any network camera. The company is headquartered in Dallas. For more information, visit razberi.net.


H2 Strategic Communications
Chandra Hosek, 512-524-9652

Release Summary

On Tuesday, May 23, Razberi will host a free cybersecurity webinar about the threats to video surveillance systems and how to thwart them. An on demand version will be available after the event.

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H2 Strategic Communications
Chandra Hosek, 512-524-9652