Panasonic secures place at Cyber Summit and Expo 2017

Panasonic Business is exhibiting at this year’s Cyber Summit and Expo to speak out about the ever present threat of cybercrime and the potential vulnerabilities of having an unsecured device connected to the network surveillance infrastructure.

Co-ordinated with GDPR Conference 2017, the Cyber Security Summit and Expo takes place on the 16th November at the Business Design Centre, London.

Panasonic Business’ Jim Perkins is a keynote speaker and will discuss how cybercriminals are able to exploit business vulnerability and how unsecured security devices, can be an easy entry point for an attack.

Jim Perkins comments, “The recent highly publicised data breaches involving large corporations, highlight why cyber-immunity features must be considered as part of any specifier’s product selection criteria as boundaries between specialist security systems and IT continue to blur.

“End users are often not aware of all the security risks unsecure surveillance systems potentially pose, whether that is from anonymous snooping via the internet, evidence tampering of recordings, or malicious disabling of the system before a real-world crime takes place.”

As a responsible security manufacturer, Panasonic is working with a leading threat provider to offer a series of secure platforms for its video surveillance solutions.

Karen Sangha, UK Marketing Manager for Panasonic Security says, “Jim Perkins will also be discussing, how to stay ahead of the game by proactively mitigating the risk of cyber threats on CCTV networks and understanding what impact the impending GDPR regulations will have on data storage.”

Jim Perkins will be speaking at Cyber Security Summit and Expo on the 16th November at 12:40pm, Theatre 2. If you would like some more information in Panasonic’s Security Solution technologies, please visit stand C15 at the show, or visit the website: