SecuriThings has strengthened its collaboration with Hanwha Techwin – a manufacturer of security and video surveillance solutions – in a move intended to enable customers to manage and secure their physical security infrastructures more effectively and efficiently.
Through this increased cooperation between SecuriThings and Hanwha, the companies say that physical security teams can reduce asset downtime and costly truck rolls, protect their devices from cyber-threats and achieve full visibility and compliance with IT policies and standards.
Hanwha customers can also automate critical maintenance tasks like firmware upgrades, password rotations, vulnerability detection and more – while alerts and root cause analysis empower users to detect, diagnose and resolve operational issues rapidly and efficiently with real-time data.
“Investing in physical security must be a two-layered effort, encompassing both the devices themselves, as well as the complex, dynamic environment within which they are typically deployed,” said Roy Dagan, Co-Founder and CEO of SecuriThings.
“However, organizations that invest heavily in physical security devices often fail to actualize their full value due to a lack of visibility and control over their operational status, health, cybersecurity and more. This collaboration with Hanwha provides end users and systems integrators with a single pane of glass to monitor and manage their physical security systems in a simple, cost-effective and secure manner.”
“The partnership with SecuriThings provides our customers a great solution to monitor, maintain and manage their physical security systems. SecuriThings provides strong support for Hanwha’s video surveillance cameras for not only health monitoring but also ongoing cybersecurity needs,” said Mark Heintzman, National BDM partnerships for Hanwha Techwin America.
According to the companies, customers can leverage this collaboration to streamline, automate and simplify the operational management of their devices using SecuriThings – reducing the need for manual labor and on-site visits. This, in turn, will empower physical security teams to focus more on strategic tasks, boost their cost-efficiency and take a more active role in supporting their peers on best practices for device management and operations.