Secure Video Streaming Supports Realistic Crisis Response Simulations for Public Safety,
Law Enforcement and Government Officials
SAN DIEGO and PERRY, Georgia—November 5, 2018—Cybersecurity innovator FHOOSH™, Inc. has teamed with Verizon to showcase extremely fast data protection soluts ionat the Verizon and Nokia-led Operation Convergent Response 2018 (#OCR2018) crisis simulation event at the Guardian Centers this week. In addition to showing FHOOSH data protection and secure live streaming from Internet of Things (IoT) and Microsoft Windows devices in the emergency exercises, FHOOSH is revealing new Android secure real-time data transmission capabilities designed to work with Verizon 4GLTE and 5G networks.
As every second is critical for #OCR2018 crisis scenario first responders, FHOOSH innovations enable them to speed the secure transit of their scenario data from the field, including real-time video and data exchanges, and tactical location and deployment information. Unlike today’s encryption that can bog down performance, FHOOSH can accelerate protected data transmissions in emergency settings to ensure sensitive data gets to its intended destination and the first-responder decision-makers who need it as quickly as possible. Whether streaming secure HD video from a crisis simulation to assess damage or receiving floor plans to find missing persons or safeguard volatile gas lines, FHOOSH high-performance protection helps speed and safeguard critical communications between field-based and command-and-control emergency responders.
FHOOSH is building on its #OCR2017 participation and strengthening its cybersecurity strategic alliance with Verizon by demonstrating its solutions in a number of event scenarios and on several device platforms. In the earthquake and active shooter simulations, FHOOSH software helps first responders assess damage and convey critical information by streaming AES256-bit secured HD video and data in real time from Android mobile phones, from ruggedized Windows tablets and from IoT camera-equipped robots and drones to a command-and-control center. Scenario emergency responders using FHOOSH in hazardous settings can also rely on its extremely fast point-to-point data transfer to make decisions when time is of the essence.
Verizon Asymmetrical Solutions Architect Jeffrey Schweitzer commented, “Every second counts, especially in natural disaster and emergency situations, and FHOOSH is a proven partner to deliver strong data protection at the fast speeds that our public safety, law enforcement and military teams require.”
FHOOSH delivers “Faster Data, More Secure” by pairing high-speed data transmission with advanced data protection to boost organizations’ overall security and user experience, and help lower costs and risk. FHOOSH protects, transmits, stores and archives data at speeds certified multiple times faster than unencrypted data—and dramatically faster than today’s standard encryption—to secure all data types and sizes upon capture from the edge/endpoint through to the cloud. These performance gains enable lightweight FHOOSH software to deliver the first low-latency, lossless AES256-bit secure HD video live streaming from IoT devices. Instead of trading speed for security, organizations get both; and hackers net only data dust instead of data diamonds. www.fhoosh.com