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Video surveillance drives threat detection systems market

The threat detection systems market is expected to grow from USD 48.38 Billion in 2015 to reach USD 119.17 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 13.11% between 2016 and 2022, according to the latest information published by Marketsandmarkets. Increasing threat of terrorist activities, rising territorial conflicts, and geopolitical instabilities have led to the rise in the demand for threat detection systems. Also, increasing need for large-scale surveillance systems at public and commercial places is driving the demand for threat detection equipment

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Siemens also set up a general alarm function for Kent School that prompts all students, teachers and staff to assemble at defined locations.

Mass notification systems save lives

Mass notification systems are designed to share information quickly and over a wide area – regardless of where the recipients happen to be at the time. It is the only way to ensure that those at risk can react swiftly and appropriately. With Desigo Mass Notification, Siemens has developed a flexible solution for routine and emergency communications that incorporates modern communication methods. A U.S. boarding school was recently equipped with this groundbreaking and efficient technology.

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Pulse Secure drastically expands global channel

Pulse Secure has experienced a dramatic increase in the size of its global channel community over the last 12 months plus notable new partnerships in the UK, US, France, Russia and China. Following the spin-off from Juniper in 2014, Pulse Secure has conducted a companywide strategy to strengthen its channel relationships and build a focused and supported global community with registered partners increasing to approximately 2900 in over 100 countries.

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Dealing with cyber security risks in the Industrial IoT

The Industrial IoT (IIoT) provides manufacturers in all industries with greater connectivity that in turn, generates valuable information and intelligence regarding operations. By leveraging this intelligence, they are able to attain significant efficiencies and manufacturing improvements.

However, this expanded network also opens up these newly connected devices to significant threats of cyber-attack. As industrial facilities become more connected, hackers are getting more sophisticated, resulting in greater vulnerabilities and increased risk of devastating cyber-attacks. Intrusion detection, the ability to detect when hackers begin probing devices, is a critical first step to building a secure IIoT.

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