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IndigoVisionís CyberVigilant wins Gold ASTORS Award

Posted 26 November 2018 · Add Comment

IndigoVisionís cyber-security offering, CyberVigilant, was honored with the 'Gold ASTORS Award' for 'Best Cyber loT Management' at the 2018 Homeland Security Awards, ISC East in New York City, on the 14th November 2018.



The Annual ‘ASTORS’ Awards is a prestigious programme that highlights the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions coming onto the market today. 

The programme is specifically designed to honor distinguished government and vendor solutions that deliver enhanced value, benefit and intelligence to end users in a variety of government, homeland security and public safety vertical markets.

“As the nation continues to respond to escalating threats from home and abroad, the innovative solutions being implemented to meet those threats, have led to tremendous growth in the field of Homeland Security,” said Michael Madsen, co-founder and publisher of American Security.

“Today, the United States is increasingly focusing on protecting IT/cyber security networks and they are calling on innovative companies like IndigoVision to help them do so.”

‘ASTORS’ nominations are evaluated on their technical innovation, interoperability, specific impact within the category, overall impact to the industry, relatability to other industry technologies, and application feasibility outside of the industry, ” according to Tammy Waitt, co-founder and editorial director of American Security Today. IndigoVision’s CyberVigilant was selected for its ability to offer quick responses to potential cyber-threats.

CyberVigilant differs from other cyber-security solutions because of its unique capability to learn which devices are connected to the IndigoVision security system and automatically applies intrusion detection rules to them, and in the event that any anomalies are detected, alarms are sent directly into the IndigoVision Control Center user interface enabling users to respond immediately to a cyber-attack.

IndigoVision first released their unique and innovative cybersecurity offering, CyberVigilant®, in early 2017. After the successful launch of CyberVigilant, IndigoVision decided to take cyber-security technology to the next level by releasing CyberVigilant in Camera.

Commenting on this prestigious award, IndigoVision’s Marketing Manager, Hayley Morrison, said “We are honored to be recognised for our achievements in American Security Today’s distinguished 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Awards Program for our advances in cyber-security solutions. This award is a clear indication that CyberVigilant helps security leaders to keep their security system safe and secure from potential cyber-attacks.”

Founded in 1994 Edinburgh, Scotland, IndigoVision has more than two decades of experience developing innovative, complete, end-to-end security surveillance solutions.


 

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