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Designed to Thwart Attacks, Alert Customers of Hacking Attempts
Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) September 05, 2014
Sensys Networks, Inc., the worlds leading provider of integrated wireless traffic data systems for Smart Cities, announces today that is has released new software features to enhance anti-vandalism measures of its wireless traffic detection systems. These enhancements shield customers systems from attack and notify them when attempts of unauthorized access are made.
These enhancements are available now for existing installations and will be deployed wirelessly using the normal software update process. There is no cost for the software enhancements, nor is new hardware required. These enhancements are optional, and will be included in all new hardware and software produced by Sensys Networks. Features include encryption and authentication, as well as detection and notification of unauthorized attacks.
Sensys Networks has been working closely with the Department of Homeland Securitys Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (DHS ICS-CERT) on this issue. ICS-CERT is publishing an advisory in coordination with this enhancement release, which can be found at http://ics-cert.us-cert.gov/advisories-by-vendor.
Sensys Networks has previously clarified the facts surrounding accusations of security vulnerabilities, available on their website at http://www.sensysnetworks.com/news_events/.
About Sensys Networks
Sensys Networks is the worlds leading provider of wireless traffic detection and integrated traffic data systems. Our universal platform delivers the most dependable, flexible, and cost-effective solution on the market today, while our patented, wireless sensors install in a fraction of the time and with far less disruption of traffic than traditional detection technologies.
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