Check out this infographic from cybersecurity solutions provider Trend Micro to see all of the physical security systems that are potentially vulnerable to network attacks—and best practices on how to protect them.
Daily Advisor Infographics
This infographic from IFSEC Global and Cardinus covers 5 common office fire risks that are quite common—and totally preventable. Take a look to review these top hazards and how you can mitigate the risks in your workplace.
From the first video tape recorder (VTR) capturing live images from a television camera in 1951 to Chicago’s announcement of “Operation Virtual Shield” in 2006, this infographic from IFSEC Global and Super Circuits highlights a few of the key moments in the history of security video surveillance.
While this infographic from Vulcan Fire Training is geared toward fire safety in the hotel industry, its lessons are applicable for any facility that hosts a large number of people and wants to be prepared in the event of a fire emergency.
Looking into buying a CCTV camera system or upgrading your current one? Take a look at this infographic from Odesys for information on the components and features to consider in order to meet your facility’s unique needs.
Take a look at this infographic from Fortinet to see the top 5 challenges facing security leaders, from the Internet of Things (IoT) to ransomware to the cybersecurity skills gap.
Take a look at this infographic from Fortinet to see how new cybersecurity challenges are redefining risk and vulnerability for security leaders worldwide.
As this infographic from Proofpoint demonstrates, there’s a huge cybersecurity visibility gap—and you may not be seeing the biggest threats. View the original infographic here.
An infographic from safety and security solutions company NC4 shows how cyberthreats will continue to evolve beyond 2017, including the rise of healthcare as a target, spending and cost trends, and a decrease in cybersecurity pros’ confidence that their risk assessment capabilities are adequate.
According to a recent study by IBM Security, 70% of businesses infected with ransomware have paid ransom to regain access to business data and systems. In comparison, over 50% of consumers surveyed said they would not pay to regain access to personal data or devices aside from financial data.