Biometric authentication refers to technologies that measure and analyze human physical and behavioral characteristics for authentication purposes. Examples of physical characteristics include fingerprints, eye retinas and irises, facial patterns and hand measurements.
Heightened physical security concerns spanning all industries, coupled with technological advancements is driving the requirement for higher camera resolutions, more fields of view with wider dynamic range and longer storage retention periods.
Surveillance is an incredibly dynamic industry that continues to grow at an exponential rate. According to IHS, the industry experienced 12 percent growth last year, and is projected to expand even more this year. Are you keeping up with the trends that are fueling this momentum? More importantly, are you capitalizing on the trends that can give you a profitable competitive advantage? This article will show you what to watch out for and provide some insight you can implement that will help you and your customers do just that.
Surveillance systems are evolving from being used primarily for security purposes to being used for analytics and improved ROI. With that in mind, it's important to consider many factors and how they affect the architecture of your surveillance system. This webinar will provide some of the top trends that may affect the outcome of your storage architecture.
In this fraud alert paper, we’ll highlight the current trends in today’s phishing schemes, with a particular focus on the latest threats emerging from China. Then we’ll offer some ideas and best practices for applying technology to protect both yourself and your customers.
Download this white paper, to learn how you can reduce the risk of hackers finding your site and attacking it by using automated vulnerability assessments to identify exploitable weaknesses and take corrective action.
This paper examines how recent trends in Internet trust marks can help restore confidence in online shopping, and as concluded by at least one recent study, even induce those who do shop to spend more.
With over 60,000 new malware threats created each day, antivirus software is an essential component to IT security. But antivirus is only the beginning. According to Forrester, a single tool is not sufficient to address a particular risk area completely. That's why Faronics implements a strategy featuring multiple layers of security for enterprisewide end-point computer protection. This video describes the many features and facets that come together to make Faronics the only end-point security software vendor to offer an integrated layered security solution.
An informed IT professional needs to ensure that the antivirus solution they choose strategically matches the goals of their company IT department. In this paper, Faronics describes the role of antivirus software - but specifically how it fits into bigger layered defense security architecture. The paper examines several elements of a comprehensive strategy to protect your network, and focuses on defending the end point-user workstations, such as PCs and laptops.
These days, most well-developed organizations use a collection of several technologies, methodologies and products to protect their networks and computers from a particular threat. While no single technology guarantees security, application whitelisting covers situations not addressed by firewalls or antivirus utilities. This paper focuses on how application whitelisting can effectively be used as an important layer in your security scenario. It examines other security layers as well, and demonstrates how whitelisting compliments and augments existing defenses
In this video, Luke Aulin, manager of North American Channel Manager for Faronics, discusses the benefits of the Faronics Partner Program, recent 5-star rating recipient in CRN's Partner Program Guide. Faronics' partner program is designed to build strong partnerships through incentives and rewards for companies that invest time and effort in the sale and promotion of Faronics products. Faronics understands that partners have different needs based on their individual business models and supports a number of different partner types.
Steve Van Ginkel, president and owner of Amerikit Technology Solutions, reflects on his partnership with Faronics. Amerikit Technology Solutions is a nationwide solutions provider partnering with companies all across the U.S. and focusing on creative, efficient, out-of-box solutions. In this video testimonial, Steve discusses his reasons for partnering with Faronics, including its seamless on-boarding process, the training sessions with his sales force, and how Faronics has helped his company resolve the issues its customers deal with on a daily basis.
In this video testimonial, Dave Harvey of Clean Technology Partners discusses his company's successful channel partnership with Faronics. Harvey explains that while the initial partnership stemmed from the robust Faronics product set, it was its ongoing support that helped drive the successful program. From the on-boarding process to its technical Webinars that helped customers implement with best practices, Faronics helped Harvey's team address the top business challenges in their particular market.
This paper will examine the security threats associated with weak authentication practices on the Web, why businesses need to strengthen online authentication, and new approaches for delivering one-time passwords.