[Sponsored Report] Innodep, Strategic Alliance with SK Infosec for Digital Security

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[Sponsored Report] Innodep, Strategic Alliance with SK Infosec for Digital Security


SK Infosec (CEO Ahn, Hee-Chul) plans to secure video surveillance technology in the field of physical security as the first step to realize ‘Digital Security’. It is a strategy to build a one-stop service system that integrates video surveillance technology, which is a core security measure in the industrial field, into the security control system to monitor all threats to both information and physical security industry. SK Infosec announced on September 26, 2017 that it will jointly develop an integrated control platform covering the field of information protection and video surveillance by signing a business cooperation with Innodep (CEO Lee, Sung-Jin), a leading video surveillance company in Korea.

Earlier this year, SK Infosec declared ‘Digital Security’ as the next growth strategy. Digital security means that the protection target is infinitely expanded against various threats in the era of ‘Digital Transformation’, in which the boundaries between industries collapse. Therefore, SK Infosec set a goal to prepare integrated threat respond system that covers physical security, Internet of Things (IoT), industrial security and information security.

Among the physical security industries, the first step for SK Infosec is to hurry to secure video surveillance technology that is widely used in public and industrial sectors. In cooperation with Innodep, who has the original technology for video surveillance platform, SK Infosec plans to implement the Innodep’s technology into their information security control platform ‘Secudium’ to provide services in phases.

Both companies are recognized as having the highest level of technology and know-how in their fields, and this cooperation is expected to open up an era of digital security against threats to both information and physical security markets.

Innodep’s VURIX, a cloud-based integrated video surveillance platform developed through their own image processing technology, has been referred to as de facto standard in video surveillance market in Korea. Innodep is also immersed in developing a next-generation video surveillance platform that integrates not only CCTV data but also various services such as IoT, A.I. and big data analysis.

Both companies will complete the development of the integrated security control platform by the first half of next year and start a complete service. To this end, SK Infosec is responsible for planning, designing and operating services while Innodep is responsible for developing and providing maintenance of video surveillance software linked to the platform. Sales and marketing will go hand in hand to create new demands in each market.

SK Infosec officials said that the cooperation will trigger a creation of new markets for information security and physical security markets. It will be an effective means to monitor the internal information leakage by observing the behavior of unauthorized individuals and by confirming identification through video surveillance and system access history in network comprehensibly. It is also expected to block hacking threats to the growing number of video security devices.

Mr. Lee, CEO of Innodep, said, “Through the strategic alliance with SK Infosec, our video surveillance platform will become a new paradigm in the industry combined with various services based on the cloud.” “The result of cooperation will be a new standard for digital security that will lead the industry.”

“The convergence of information security and physical security is becoming a concrete service model for both in Korea and in the global market,” said Mr. Ahn, CEO of SK Infosec. “With this cooperation, we will set a new milestone in the industry by comprehensively corresponding to all threats towards public and industrial sectors.”

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