Security Solutions Discussed by Industry Leaders in Interviews With HP, Louroe Electronics, ImageWare Systems, Sentry360 and Videx

RYE BROOK, NY, Mar 01, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- ImageWare Systems (otcqb:IWSY)

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Navy Rear Adm. (Ret.) Elizabeth A. Hight, Vice President, Cybersecurity Solutions Group, U.S. Public Sector, HP Enterprise Services, told us, "Defending everything is, for all practical purposes, impossible in today's globally interconnected and networked world. First, the software we use is complex, was usually developed by a third party to be run on a wide range of operating systems and the traditional 'IT stack' is comprised of heterogeneous components all operating in a mixture of security configurations/postures. Second, our 'wireless' world is dominated by thinking developed during the 'hard-wired' era -- practices, processes, and assumptions that were honed over the years for physically networked connections. In addition, the number of hardware and software vendors currently developing products has exploded in the last decade as have the technological advancements in networking, storage, computing, and data manipulation. The integration of components developed by the same vendor is hard enough....just imagine the effort to bring all of these pieces and parts together and the resultant security implications of that effort. Finally, the way users interact with data to accomplish their mission or business outcomes anywhere, anytime, over a variety of networks and devices all lend itself to a cybersecurity challenge that is growing in magnitude."

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