Odenton, MD (PRWEB) August 16, 2016
The team at SecuLore Solutions is preparing to debut its Paladin™ appliance in the APCO 2016 Exhibition Hall on August 15 &16, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. The Paladin product is designed for public safety professionals and other organizations seeking to protect networks from intrusion, data extraction, cyber attackers, ransomware and other “client-side” attacks that attempt to extract data or communicate with illegitimate individuals or organizations.
“We’re honored to be part of APCO 2016 and debut the Paladin tool to public safety professionals,” said Timothy Lorello, SecuLore’s President and CEO. “We believe that cybersecurity protection is critical for Public Safety Answering Points and Dispatch Centers that are installing or contemplating Next Generation 9-1-1 solutions.”
The Paladin product complements existing firewalls and other cybersecurity solutions, providing an “invisible permeable shield” that monitors all traffic entering and leaving a network. Its traffic visualization feature shows any anomalies that otherwise may be missed. Further, it provides sophisticated protection that detects and blocks inappropriate traffic flowing in either direction. It offers an elegant solution that attaches directly to external data feeds and requires no software installation.
About APCO: APCO International’s Annual Conference & Expo is the premier event for public safety communications officials, from frontline telecommunicators to comm center managers to public safety communications equipment and services vendors. Starting August 14, APCO 2016 offers four days of educational sessions, committee meetings and special events, paired with two full days of exhibits.
About SecuLore Solutions: To properly protect a network, it is critical to understand how cyber attackers operate. SecuLore Solutions uses ethical hacking techniques to turn the tables on the cyber attacker – protecting data from exposure, corruption and theft. The company’s solutions work independently of operating systems or servers and in conjunction with firewalls and anti-virus/anti-malware products.