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  1. Security Business Magazine Feature: The Integrator’s Convergence to Cybersecurity

    Defendify’s article on systems integrators’ next steps towards cybersecurity was recently published in Security Business Magazine. Read our short introduction below, then check out the full article here.

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  2. Your Cybersecurity Program: How Do You Kick Things Off Right?

    Defendify’s article on how to get started in cybersecurity – and who to work with – was recently published on We’ve introduced the article here, but don’t forget to check out the full article on

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  3. Defendify Proud Supporter of NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference

    Defendify recently sponsored and attended the National Systems Contractors Association’s (NSCA) Business & Leadership Conference (BLC). Held in Tampa, Florida February 27-March 1, 2019, the BLC provided integration firm leaders with a new level of business insight, camaraderie, and innovation, and helped them improve sales and leadership skills.

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  4. Defendify Co-Founder Featured as Keynote Speaker at TechSec Solutions New Technology Conference

    Defendify co-founder Rob Simopoulos was recently welcomed as keynote speaker at the TechSec Solutions New Technology Conference, held February 25-26 in Delray Beach, Florida where the theme was Securing a Connected World.

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  5. IoT Can Mean Smarter, Faster, Cheaper, and Less Secure

    The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the network of physical products and devices that connect to the Internet. Common household IoT devices include Internet-connected thermostats, alarm systems, and televisions, and even kitchen appliances. By 2020, there will be over 30 million IoT devices worldwide.There is no doubt about it, “smart” devices have become a part of everyday life. But the thing we have to remember is: If it connects to the Internet, it has the potential to be hacked.

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  6. Security Cameras: Risk or Reward?

    Last week we shared the recent SD&I cover story about a potential ransomware attack on a security system. This brought on a number of questions about the safety of using security cameras in businesses and homes. One we often hear is, “Can hackers watch me through my cameras?” We always reply with, “Maybe, that’s why you should always be smiling!” We say that half-jokingly because the reality is, it’s certainly possible. More often though, hackers aren’t looking at you, they’re looking at your information.

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