Today’s high-risk, myriad-threat security environment demands a converged security solution that consolidates monitoring of both physical and cybersecurity events within one, unified platform. Organizations can thus leverage disparate data sources to effectively manage situations in near real-time without navigating multiple subsystems – including analytics and cybersecurity – and complete investigations and take appropriate actions promptly. Speed is, after all, of
Watch this video to learn about how the Intelligent GSOC can accelerate effective decisions and actions by enabling the following: Real-time processing of data that are diverse in format (e.g. video, image, audio, text, logs, transactions), and in origin (e.g. CCTV, corporate databases, email, sensor, social media, broadcast media) Automated analysis to identify issues or potential threats Streamlined workflow for
Is your organization ready to meet the new NERC-CIP standards? In this webinar, we discuss aspects of these standards and how the Vidsys CSIM solution can help to mitigate risks and support compliance with NERC-CIP requirements.
Super Bowl LIVE spanned 10 days, covered 17 acres, and brought in massive crowds. An event like this creates logistical, safety, and traffic challenges on an enormous scale. In order for the end user to successfully manage a special event of this size it requires effective partnerships between multiple security solutions and companies. With the help of the Vidsys CSIM
Watch this webinar to learn more about the key parameters to assess if there are security gaps in your organization and how to address them. By leveraging the integration of Vidsys’ Converged Security and Information Management platform and Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s big data analytics engine – IDOL, you can accelerate holistic intelligence and automate alerts to mitigate the escalating risks
In this webinar, you will hear how Jack Hanagriff, Coordinator of the Regional Risk and Critical Infrastructure Protection Program, manages special events such as the Final Four, the Republican Primary Debates, emergency flooding response and the upcoming Super Bowl.
Data and increased connectivity will enable cities to transform the way we will live, work, and interact with one another. The challenge for cities is to not just gather the data, but to make better use of the data to make more informed decisions, creating actionable intelligence. Smart Cities will need to combine and correlate multiple data streams to provide a more holistic evaluation of the city’s environment.