Scores of public safety agencies across the country have been severely impacted by cyber-threats and have quickly become part of an FBI-documented, multi-billion-dollar cost.
Denver, CO (PRWEB)
August 11, 2017
A year after its debut, SecuLore Solutions is revealing a new version of its cybersecurity appliance, Paladin™, at APCO 2017 in Denver, CO with live demos at booth #1840 on August 14th and 15th. The newly updated Paladin software builds upon its original release, enabling PSAPs and Dispatch Centers to visualize cyber threats and improve cybersecurity preparedness for NG9-1-1.
“There is a large gap in the market right now; cybersecurity experts are needed but not enough people are trained. Paladin is designed to fill this knowledge gap for the public safety sector by giving existing personnel the tools they need to become cybersecurity experts of their own network.” – Sean Scott CTO, SecuLore Solutions
Cybersecurity is an ever-growing concern in the 21st century, and public safety agencies are particularly vulnerable and valuable targets for cybercriminals. Scores of public safety agencies across the country have been severely impacted by cyber-threats and have quickly become part of an FBI-documented, multi-billion-dollar cost. Emergency communications are moving to NG9-1-1, an internet-based system that allows voice, photos, videos, and text messages to be sent from a person who needs help to the 9-1-1 emergency network and first responders. This all-IP communications network faces very real threats from cyber-attackers posing as members of this community.
The usual cybersecurity practitioner will tell PSAP personnel to “avoid communications with people you don’t know”; most cybersecurity practices do not address…