Cisco, General Dynamics C4 Systems, Panasonic Security, Videx, Wave Systems and Biometrics Associates Discuss Security Solutions on SecurityStockWatch.com


RYE BROOK, NY, Jan 04, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Security industry leaders discuss solutions on SecurityStockWatch.com.

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CISCO Mr. Roy Skillicorn, Senior Director, Video Services line, Cisco, said, "Cisco Services and our partners have a deep knowledge of both the network infrastructure, including security solutions that require use of the network, and the video application layer. We and our partners can therefore work with customers on solving questions like: How do you send video to mobile endpoints like tablets? How do you enable interoperability across protocols?"

For the complete interview: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_cisco_RS.html

For more information: www.cisco.com/go/physec

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GENERAL DYNAMICS CYBERSECURITY Mr. Chris Daly, Director of Business Development for Cybersecurity, General Dynamics C4 Systems /quotes/zigman/227407/quotes/nls/gd GD -0.07% , told us, "We offer a broad portfolio of secure communications and computing solutions that range from satellite communications and ground systems supporting NASA to command and control systems for the battlefield. Our offerings span the gamut of custom built, assurance products for secure voice and data, such as our TACLANE(R) In-line Network Encryptors and Sectera(R) vIPer(TM) Universal Secure Phones."

For the complete interview: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_GDC4S.html

For more information: www.GDC4S.com

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PANASONIC SECURITY Panasonic System Networks Company of America has enhanced the intelligent functionality of the i-PRO SmartHD WJ-NV200 Network Disk Recorder with an expansion kit that adds age and gender estimation, visitor counting, and other functions to the NVR's embedded face matching technology. The i-PRO SmartHD WJ-NVF20 advanced intelligence expansion kit enables new security and business management functionality to be added to installed WJ-NV200 recorders using a firmware update based on an installation key number. In new deployments, the combination of the WJ-NV200 NVR and WJ-NVF20 expansion kit offers a powerful range of intelligent video functionality at a cost roughly equivalent to competitors' standard 16-input DVRs or NVRs.

For more information: http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prModelDetail?storeId=11301&catalogId=13251&itemId=660504&modelNo=Content12132011052103082&surfModel=Content12132011052103082

For our exclusive interview with Mr. Bill Taylor, President, Panasonic System Networks Company of America: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/Conversation_panasonic.html

For more information: www.panasonic.com/security , Panasonic /quotes/zigman/525474/quotes/nls/pc PC -0.13%

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VIDEX Mr. James McGowan, V.P. of Sales and Marketing, Videx, told us, "Videx is known for introducing revolutionary technology and innovative products to the security market; the CyberLock product line is a prime example of that. If you have ever spent much time looking for access control products you will find systems that are fundamentally the same (i.e. presenting a RFID card or PIN to access secure locations). Basically, there is a passive key opening a smart lock and in order for that lock to work the door needs to be wired, which isn't cheap.

CyberLock is different in two fundamental areas. The lock requires no power or battery; instead it is energized when the key touches the lock. Secondly, the intelligent key carries the user's access schedule so it knows what locks it can and cannot access. Essentially, Videx has reversed the concept of the smart lock. This enables us to produce a very small electronic lock cylinder that can be installed in existing door hardware.

For the complete Videx interview: http://www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/in_Boardroom_VIDEX.html

For more information: www.videx.com

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WAVE SYSTEMS Wave Systems recently named Robert Frankenberg, 64, to the company's Board of Directors, increasing Wave's Board to six members. Mr. Frankenberg's decades of management experience in the software industry will help guide the company's business development strategy across key verticals including government, technology, healthcare, financial services, industrial and energy.

"Bob's extensive leadership experience and track record of success make him an ideal addition to our Board," commented John E. Bagalay, Jr., Ph.D., Chairman of Wave. "He has built a diverse and impressive rolodex of relationships across the public and private sectors. Of greatest significance, he shares our excitement and passion for the company's technology and is eager to help increase awareness of our security solutions as Wave enters a new phase of accelerated expansion and growth."

For more information: www.wave.com/news

For our exclusive interview with Mr. Steven Sprague, CEO and President of Wave Systems: www.securitystockwatch.com/Interviews/Conversation_WAVE_trusted.html

See Wave's "White Paper" Network Security: How to Defend an Infinitely Expanding Frontier: www.wave.com/collateral/03-000273_TPM-SED_whitepaper.pdf

For more information about Wave: www.wave.com /quotes/zigman/102385/quotes/nls/wavx WAVX -1.68% .

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Biometric Associates Biometric Associates, LP, (BAL) announced that the baiMobile(R) 3000MP Bluetooth Smart Card Reader has been approved for use with Android smartphones and tablets by the US Department of Defense. The baiMobile(R) 3000MP is the first and only Bluetooth CAC/PIV reader to pass all NSA and DISA required Bluetooth security tests for Android devices. DISA approval of the reader is documented in the DISA mobility Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) http://iase.disa.mil/stigs/net_perimeter/wireless/smartphone.html recently published.

The baiMobile(R) solution includes 1) middleware libraries, device drivers and APIs that are provided to developers enabling them to build smart card-enabled applications and 2) security files installed on the Android device to enforce Bluetooth security policies.

The baiMobile(R) solution permits network or client applications residing on the Android device to access the credentials stored on the smart card to perform functions such as digitally signing and decrypting emails, and authenticating to secure web sites and network servers.

Scott Johnson, BAL Executive Vice President and COO, noted, "The timing of this DISA STIG coincides perfectly with the planned launch for the Army's mobile application store, the Army Marketplace. Most of these apps will require CAC authentication and our baiMobile(R) solution provides this capability."

Security is a primary concern, according to Michael McCarthy, operations director of the Army Brigade Modernization Command's Mission Command Complex, "We have to be able to harden the OS and the device itself so that we can operate all the way to classified networks and use the phone to operate mission command systems."

BAL has partnered with Good Technology, a leader in secure multiplatform enterprise mobility, Dell Computer and Fixmo, Inc., who each provided the technology required to "harden" commercial, off-the-shelf Android OS to run on smartphones like the Dell Streak 5. The combined result is the first STIG-certified Android OS device that provides to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and Federal agencies secure access to signed and encrypted e-mail, business applications, a partitioned ecosystem of Android apps, and Intranet-based content anytime, from anywhere.

"The government is becoming an increasingly plugged-in, linked-in and connected environment wherein customers are looking for more ways to take advantage of today's mobile technologies to save money and improve productivity while maintaining security," said Chris Roberts, vice president of public sector sales at Good Technology. "We're thrilled that in working with our partners at BAL, we've successfully created a secure way for military and Federal personnel to utilize the most cutting edge mobile technology, while maintaining the highest levels of security."

The baiMobile(R) 3000MP Bluetooth CAC/PIV Reader has a commercial list price of $289 and is available from GSA resellers including Four Point Technology www.4points.com, SteelCloud, Inc. www.steelcloud.com and Dell www.dell.com. More information is available at www.biometricassociates.com/products-baimobile/smart-card-reader-iphone-android.html or please call (410) 252-7210, or E-mail: sales@baimobile.com, or go to www.baimobile.com.

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