RYE BROOK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 08/22/12 --
Mr. Jason Waxman, General Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Group, Intel, said, "With cloud infrastructure, servers are typically virtualized and shared across multiple lines of business or even among multiple organizations rather than dedicated to specific lines of business. When IT wants to link multiple cloud data centers together to gain efficiencies -- the tools to secure this far-reaching infrastructure are still evolving. This lack of visibility -- even in private clouds that are behind a company's firewall -- have people concerned because they no longer have dedicated equipment for their line of business and instead are using shared, multi-tenant resources. This is why 61% of IT that were surveyed are concerned about having less control and visibility over these shared resources, even in a private cloud. Intel and McAfee are working to address these challenges and advance security solutions for cloud services."
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Videx announced the release of its latest CyberLock Flex System module. The CyberLock Flex System Keyport is part of a sophisticated access control system designed to increase security, track and control access, and improve key control throughout a facility.
The Keyport module is a component of the Flex System, an expansion platform that brings all of the benefits of a wired access control solution to the key-centric CyberLock system. This rugged, weatherized multifunction module can serve as both a CyberLock communication device and a Flex System input device.
As a CyberLock communicator, the Keyport downloads audit trail information from CyberKey smart keys and reports access activity to the management software. Simultaneously, the Keyport module updates keys with new access schedules, permissions, and system updates. The audit trail pulled from the key includes the time, date, and location of both access granted and access denied events.
As a Flex System module, the Keyport serves as an input device for operating a wired door. Upon presentation of an authorized CyberKey, it will release any Flex System compatible electric strike, unlocking the lock. As an alternative, a Keyport module can be configured to drive other security-related relay devices such as alarms, lights, or cameras.
"The Keyport provides another simple-to-deploy, cost-effective option for any organization seeking to increase security with the CyberLock turnkey solution," said James McGowan, VP of Sales and Marketing at Videx.
Videx, Inc. will be showcasing the CyberLock Flex System at the ASIS show in Philadelphia, PA, September 10-12, booth 730.
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