Galaxy Control Systems will demonstrate the latest enhancements to Galaxy and Cloud Concierge Access Control Platforms at ISC West 2020. The combined offering of best-in-breed on-premise and Cloud access control solutions provides users with the ability to select and implement the solution they need most at the price point they can afford. Also featured will be a highly versatile IP Intercom Entry System that makes entry communications easy and affordable.
The Board of Directors of Digital Systems Corporation, the parent company of Galaxy Control Systems, a leading provider of integrated access control and security solutions, announced the appointment of Rick Caruthers to the position of President at Galaxy Control Systems. Effective immediately, this appointment reflects the company’s long-term planning and succession strategies.
Galaxy Control Systems is showcasing its latest technologies and programs here at ISC West 2018 (booth #5089). Highlights include new enhancements and integrations for the company’s flagship System Galaxy on-site access control software, and its cloud-based Cloud Concierge® SaaS offering, which has gained tremendous traction with resellers since its introduction last year. Additional news from Galaxy Control Systems at ISC West includes the launch of a new A&E Program, and announcement of an impressive OEM agreement.
Galaxy Control Systems is showcasing enhancements made to its Cloud Concierge® cloud-based access control solution here at ISC West 2018 (booth #5089). The featured addition to Galaxy’s Cloud Concierge includes integration of LENSEC’s Perspective VMS® and Launchpoint App, enabling users to view live or recorded video from virtually anywhere via web browser or App. Cloud Concierge is a complete turnkey, cloud-based, fully hosted and managed access control and monitoring solution that integrates video surveillance, visitor management, elevator control, locks and turnstiles onto a unified platform.
In today’s highly interactive and interconnected world, cybersecurity is not restricted to the IT department – it threatens and affects every connected device in every department. As connectivity continues to expand, the risks will increase. It is vital to understand what the cybersecurity threats are to physical security systems, how protections from cyber-attacks can be implemented and how security professionals must plan for incident recovery and ongoing protection. At ISC West, a panel discussion of industry experts, comprised of renowned executives representing surveillance, cloud access control, biometrics, identity management, and other categories will address these important cybersecurity topics.