April 20, 2024
Cybersecurity Tech

Milestone Systems to host video cybersecurity webinar

Event is on March 12, 2024 (1-2:30pm GST)

In an era where digital threats continue to evolve, prioritising cybersecurity is imperative for safeguarding physical and virtual assets.

To address the growing concerns surrounding video surveillance, Milestone Systems will host the second instalment of the XProtect VMS System set-up webinar, ‘Good’ Level Online Training, on March 12, 2024, from 1-2:30pm GST / 10:00-11:30am CET.

Building upon the success of the initial webinar, this session will delve deeper into the intricacies of cyber-resilience, offering crucial insights to fortify defences against the rising tide of cyberattacks.

Crucial resource

The webinar aims to empower organisations to proactively mitigate potential threats and stay ahead of the cybersecurity curve by offering practical insights and addressing fundamental aspects of video surveillance cybersecurity.

As the digital realm continues to witness unprecedented challenges, staying informed and fortified against cyber threats remains an ongoing priority for businesses invested in video security.

A strategic initiative that provides organisations with the knowledge and tools to navigate the complex landscape of cybersecurity video surveillance effectively, the webinar is a crucial resource for professionals seeking to enhance their cybersecurity posture in an ever-evolving digital landscape.

Milestone Systems’ resource personnel – Carsten Bøgelund (Head of Security & Compliance), John Hertel Rasmussen (Platform Architect, Security and Compliance), Roy Band (Community Manager), and Tatiana Pokrovskaya (Pan EMEA Marketing Manager) – will speak during the webinar.

Key topics

Participants can expect a comprehensive exploration of key topics, including the role of network switches and VLANs, encryption of video data at rest, advanced device management settings, and the critical aspect of managing user access and privileges.

As organisations across Europe intensify efforts to align with the European Union’s Network and Information Systems Directive (NIS2), set to be enforced in October 2024, auditing and reinforcing security setups becomes paramount.

The NIS2 directive, designed to elevate cybersecurity standards across the EU, necessitates a proactive approach to fortifying digital infrastructures.

However, the relevance of stringent cybersecurity measures extends beyond European borders.

Organisations worldwide, particularly those reliant on video security systems like Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV), are urged to take a meticulous approach to fortify their defences.

Notably, a substantial portion of cybersecurity efforts in video surveillance is concentrated outside the confines of video management software (VMS).

‘Good’ Level Online Training webinar registration link: https://pardot.milestonesys.com/CybersecurityGoodLevel

Featured image: Milestone Systems’ exhibitor pavilion at Intersec 2024 tradeshow in Dubai, UAE. Image: Arnold Pinto

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