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Security products are tools designed using a wide variety of technologies to enhance the security of an organization's networking infrastructure — including computers, information systems, internet communications, networks, transactions, personal devices, mainframe, and the cloud — as well as help provide advanced value-added services and capabilities. Cybersecurity products are utilized to provide confidentiality, integrity, privacy, and assurance. Through the use of security applications, organizations are able to provide security management, access control, authentication, malware protection, encryption, data loss prevention (DLP), intrusion detection and prevention (IDP), vulnerability assessment (VA), and perimeter defense, among other capabilities.

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Cybersecurity: more investment and better skills

As digital transformation is accelerating around the world and an increasingly larger share of the interactions is hosted online, citizens, companies and governments are being more and more exposed to cyber threats and digital crimes.

What is the way forward towards a cyber secure future?

Cybersecurity issues are increasing. Today, there are more threat actors with more divers motivations. Moreover, technological developments create new vulnerabilities and the potential impact of cyber-attacks has increased. What are today’s challenges and what is the right way forward?

Biometrics technologies - a key enabler for future digital services

Biometric technologies refer to all processes used to recognize, authenticate and identify persons based on physical and/or behavioral characteristics.The global biometrics market is growing at a fast pace, initially due to the need to combat the rising security challenges.

Smart Home- Technologies with a standard battle

The Smart Home market is characterised by the presence of a multitude of players, and new companies keep developing products. In this crowded space, few standards exist, and the interconnection is becoming a tough challenge for consumers, slowing down adoption.

Secure access control- Smart ID Management for building access

Physical access control is an industry which is moving slowly in terms of change but the introduction of technologies like smartphones, wearables and biometrics seems to seduce specific sectors. Hospitality, healthcare and banks are attracted by those solutions meeting with their requirements.