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Gorilla Technology launches Security Convergence platform

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Video analytics and IoT company Gorilla Technologies has announced the launch of its Security Convergence platform, which brings together its AI-based big data video analytics and cybersecurity products.

The platform applies technologies including facial recognition, network intelligence, and AI-powered edge computing to network traffic and multiple data streams from mobile devices, CCTV, geolocation, IP addresses and more to improve physical and cybersecurity postures.

Cybercrime often involves a physical component, in which access to connected network devices is gained, according to Gorilla, which brings in elements that many IT professionals do not understand.

“Cybersecurity is often focused on conventional threats, but new Advanced Persistent Threats and malware attacks are becoming unconventional, taking advantage of every new attack surface such as in the physical domain,” said Dr. Spincer Koh, CEO of Gorilla Technology. “Monitoring this environment is becoming increasingly complex as ever-larger quantities of video and IoT sensor-related data need to be processed, analyzed and managed in context to digital forensic evidence. However, this data often becomes siloed limiting its analytic potential and value.”

Gorilla Security Convergence integrates five modules, including Network Surveillance, Cyber Security, Open Source Intelligence, Threat Intelligence Big Data, and Electronic Security, which consists of Intelligent Video Analytics Recorder, iPlatform for alerts and live streams, Fast Video Search, and Biometric Authentication Provider.

Gorilla will demo the Security Convergence platform at ISC West in Las Vegas, April 11 to 13.

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