NIS Blog

NIS Expands their World-Class Sales Engineering Team with Proven Industry Leader

Hickory, N.C. (August 15, 2022) - Network Integrity Systems (NIS), the leader in Converged Cyber & Physical security solutions, is pleased to announce that they have formalized an agreement with Mr. Jason Aguilar to join their industry leading Sales Engineering team. 

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NIS Adds Senior Project Manager to Its Growing Team

Hickory, N.C. - Network Integrity Systems (NIS), the leader in Converged Cyber and Physical Security Solutions, is pleased to announce that we have appointed Mr. Andrew Dickson to the position of Senior Project Manager. 

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NIS wins Innovation Award for our PULSE™ Sensor Verification System

Network Integrity Systems was awarded Runner-up in the Innovation category by the Fiber Optic Sensing Association (FOSA).  The PULSE Sensor Verification System is our patented technology that continuously verifies proper optical sensor operation, a requirement for many customers in...

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FOSA Appoints Dave Cunningham, Vice President of Marketing, as Board Chairman

The Fiber Optic Sensing Association (FOSA) has appointed Dave Cunningham as Board Chairman for 2022.  Network Integrity Systems has been a member of FOSA since 2018, and Dave served as Vice-Chair for the organization in 2021. 

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If you knew a year ago what you know today...

If you haven’t noticed lately, our national Critical Infrastructure has proven to be more and more vulnerable, both to intentional attack and accidental damage. From the Colonial Pipeline attack to the California Pipeline spill, our nation's Critical Infrastructure is susceptible to...

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NIS joins group of analysts and companies encouraging the US Government to focus on Critical Infrastructure Security.

The recent cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline is being regarded as a "wake-up call" for our nation. While the impact is large, resulting in extended fuel shortages across a large swath of the US, it could have been far worse had the actors targeted the Operational Technology (OT) ...

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Introducing the PULSE Sensor Verification System

At Network Integrity Systems, we design our sensor technology to be reliable and accurate at detecting intrusion attempts or other events on perimeter and communications network infrastructure.  Then, we take it a step further and invest significant time and resources into thinking...

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Encryption Won't Protect and Ensure the Availability of Your Network

Despite the belief that encryption is the only way to keep your company’s customer and propriety information safe, there are many downsides to consider.  These downsides include open points of vulnerability that allow for data theft, a significant decrease in the throughput of your...

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End-to-end, real time visibility of your long-haul network infrastructure's health and security

Government agencies have a long list of challenges to tackle as they struggle to maintain visibility into complex classified networks and avoid security blind spots. This is especially true in long-haul infrastructure where it is difficult to secure and monitor the entire pathway and...

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How much does a hole in a fence cost?

Just a few weeks ago, two inmates escaped from the Bon Air Correctional Center near Richmond, VA. How? Through a hole in the fence. According to this article, authorities are still "trying to determine who cut that hole and when." At NIS, our motto is, "How Would You Know?" How would...

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