Deep Sentinel announced a $15 million funding round led by Intel Capital with participation from Shasta Ventures, Slow Ventures, UP2398, and Jason Calacanis’ The Syndicate. Deep Sentinel’s smart home security systems provide comprehensive protection against potential intruders with the use of high-definition cameras, AI and human intervention. Its technology is designed to identify potential threats in real-time and alert the company’s trained security guards to communicate directly with the home or business owner, and law enforcement if necessary.
Deep Sentinel unveiled a new product designed for small-to-medium businesses: Deep Sentinel for Business. Providing after-hours protection against crimes like vandalism and theft, Deep Sentinel for Business features many of the same benefits as Deep Sentinel’s home security product. Weatherproof cameras use AI to detect potential threats, alerting one of the company’s LiveSentinel™ guards to any unusual activity.
Deep Sentinel released findings that dispute a widespread notion that police respond to all home alarms. The study conducted by Deep Sentinel Labs, the research arm of Deep Sentinel, looked at all the 765 U.S. cities with a population of around 50,000 or more (according to the US Census Bureau) and examined policies surrounding home security systems and subsequent police response, as well as the impact of false alarms.
NETSCOUT SYSTEMS announced Arbor Sightline with Sentinel to deliver the next generation of DDoS visibility and protection for service providers and large enterprises. Combining core ARBOR NETWORKS™ and NETSCOUT™ Layer 7 technologies with intelligent analytics, machine learning, and automation, Sightline with Sentinel integrates network infrastructure defense functions into an orchestrated capability that delivers unparalleled protection for network, customer, and application services.
Aurora has launched FaceSentinel, the world’s first Deep Learning-powered facial recognition access control system. Deep learning (DL) is an artificial intelligence form that trains a computer’s memory to recognize unique patterns of characteristics by processing large amounts of data.
PureTech is committed to continuous innovation and customer satisfaction by providing the most comprehensive, easy to integrate, and reliable AI-boosted, geospatial video analytics and sensor fusion software solutions for borders and critical infrastructure. Larry Bowe Jr., CEO, said, “We are pleased to share just some of our progress bringing new capabilities to market in our last few major software releases. This is one of the many reasons why PureTech was named in a recent industry report and received two Govies Awards.”
Revelstoke expanded its case management capabilities to reduce redundant administrative tasks for security analysts. Revelstoke’s Case Automation Security Execution (CASE) Management offering now enables security analysts to use and replicate automated workflows on the fly to solve a multitude of cybersecurity challenges. Leveraging Revelstoke’s Universal Data Layer (UDL), CASE supports the development and deployment of automated, logic-based sub-work flows.
LenelS2 announced the release of the OnGuard security management system version 8.1, empowering security teams with several major user interface enhancements, more unified security management, cloud- enabling features and access to deeper analytics that help facilitate intelligent decision-making. Version 8.1 provides major updates including more fully featured browser clients, modernized desktop clients, deeper integration with the Magic Monitor unified client and Milestone video management systems, support for scripted cloud deployments and more.
Open Systems announced the expansion of its executive team with the additions of Michael Davis and Chris Raniere as the company’s Chief Architect and Chief Revenue Officer, respectively. These industry veterans have a deep understanding of the needs of mid-maturity organizations and how to deliver world-class managed security services. They are joining as adoption of the company’s Microsoft Cloud-native MDR service has grown 200 percent over the last year and continues to gain traction.