Cybersecurity is more than just a headline associated with attacks on critical infrastructure assets, such as utility companies or our nation’s repository of its personnel records of employees with the highest security clearances.
Walk through the show floor at ISC West in Las Vegas next month and you’ll see hundreds of security products peddled by vendors wanting to sell you the “latest and greatest” in security technology. But sometimes, you don’t need technology as much as you need someone to sit down with you and have a frank and honest conversation about what you should or should not install in your enterprise. Then you can talk technology, right? Of course, it all depends upon your situation, your environment and the risks that you are trying to mitigate, but who wants to be sold something that they don’t need or can’t use?
The key to gaining the full benefits of your security system is getting in early, Moreno says. If security can introduce plans for parking security technology before construction starts on a structure, the department can save up to 40 percent on infrastructure.
Get to know Taylor Carr, Vice-President, Business Development & Integration for Securadyne Systems, and learn how Securadyne’s enterprise security executive customers are addressing cybersecurity in their enterprises.
May 1, 2014
Virtually all of the new video solutions we have deployed over the past few years have been IP-based. However, we still have many customers with existing large analog systems, and they need to operate, expand and optimize those systems today.
Globally, the Siemens brand plays in many spaces. In security, Siemens is known for its integrated approach to security, with product applications demonstrating how different system configurations can be utilized in a given environment. Its success has given it a number two position on sister publication SDM’s 2013 Top Integrator Report.
What’s trending in access control in security enterprises? Interest in outsourced managed access control solutions, particularly for retail establishments, financial institutions and high-end commercial enterprises, says Nelson Barreto, enterprise sales director for North Canton, Ohio-based Diebold Security.
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