Vidsys announced its joint solution Intelligent Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) showcase with Micro Focus at ISC West 2018. The Global Converged Security and Data Analytics Companies Will Showcase Their Joint-Solution Intelligent Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) During Annual Security Conference. Public and private sector organizations worldwide face an increasing array of challenges when it comes to security including escalating threats, the risk of oversight and false alarms, data overload, and the demand for a faster response to any threats they may face.
Vidsys, the global leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) and Converged Security and Information Management (CSIM) software headquartered in the Washington D.C. area, announced its expansion in Boston to support the company’s rapid growth. The new facility includes technology integration and testing lab, GSOC live demo room and partner training center through its enterprise software platform that collects, filters, correlates, and presents critical data from network and security systems and social media feeds.
In 2008, the security industry buzzword was ‘convergence.’ It was a statement on how the market was shifting from analog video surveillance cameras to digital IP surveillance cameras. The experts were saying how the convergence would top 51% percent digital IP by 2009. It took until 2015. If we look at another part of the market, we see the earliest conversations about Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) around 2010.
OnSSI continues to expand the versatility of the Ocularis 5 Video Management System (VMS) via integration with Vidsys’ Converged Security and Information Management (CSIM) software. The integration allows operators to respond to events more quickly and effectively while enabling more accurate and efficient post-event investigation.
Vidsys software is a force multiplier for organizations with a large physical footprint because the software geospatially provides real-time information, including video data and many other assets, into a single unified dashboard. Vidsys software collects, analyzes, verifies, resolves and tracks information from multiple disparate subsystems using open architecture standards that enable any authorized user from any location to view and manage situations, as they unfold.
VidSys, a leading global provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that software engineer Steve Dillingham was selected as one of five recipients 2014 ONVIF Awards, which recognizes security industry leaders and influencers who are shaping the adoption of open standards.
Dillingham chaired the Profile G working group that set device standards for storage and retrieval of recorded video on cameras and networked video recorders and client systems such as video management, building management, and PSIMs.
VidSys, a provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announced that it will demonstrate the latest release of its award winning product at ASIS in Atlanta, September 29 through October 1 in Booth #3565. In Version 7.7, VidSys debuts National Language Support, meaning the software can be easily adapted to various languages without code changes. VidSys founder and CTO James Chong addressed the evolution of the PSIM category, a term he helped coin in 2006.
VidSys, a leading global provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announced its establishment of a new VidSys regional headquarters office in Dubai, UAE. The office is led by Philip Stockham, VidSys Director for EMEA Operations, and includes a team of senior sales executives, product engineers, and program managers. Located in Swiss Tower, within […]
By Kirsty McMahon on January 20, 2014 vidsys-logo Bank Aljazira (BAJ), a leading Shari’ah compliant financial institution in Saudi Arabia, has deployed VidSys Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, in order to reduce risk and enforce standards across its security operations. With the financial industry institutions facing increasingly sophisticated threats directed at bank assets and brand integrity, BAJ’s security team sought to reduce risk and ensure compliance with recently strengthened Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) security regulations. BAJ selected the VidSys PSIM to help implement rigorous corporate standard operating procedures (SOPs) across all its facilities, including ATMs, cash centres, branches and corporate buildings. With a multitude of systems, sensors and devices all generating alerts and alarms, BAJ needed to create a streamlined and centralised view of operations. Leveraging the PSIM platform, the BAJ security team can now efficiently detect, analyse and respond to any incident across its geographically dispersed locations, while simultaneously adhering to its SOPs and complying with new SAMA regulations and standards. SecuTronic, a leading Middle East systems integrator, deployed the VidSys PSIM software platform, leveraging this technology to enable integration of multiple proprietary systems, including GE and Nedap access control technology, fire systems from Bosch and Simplex, video from Dedicated Micros and American Dynamics and a large network of ATMs. The VidSys multi-vendor video management application tightly integrates BAJ’s surveillance capability with alarms to provide real-time verification. By combining all of the systems into one user interface, the VidSys solution facilitates greater situation awareness and resolution […]
Published on 14 Nov, 2013 Survey respondents report a rise in the number of new systems and technologies managed within their organisation Survey findings reveal budget to be the single largest obstacle to the advancement of security organisations VidSys , a leading provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, recently shared a preview of findings from its fourth-annual National Security Survey. This year’s survey of senior-level IT and physical security professionals, once again includes responses from a mix of public and private organisations. Survey findings indicate that risk assessment and management are appearing with greater frequency on the C-Suite’s agenda, becoming a priority in driving security decisions for agencies and organisations across all sectors. Aligned with this prioritisation, survey respondents report a rise in the number of new systems and technologies managed within their organisation as well as the number of external agencies and organisations with which they coordinate. Survey findings also reveal that, while budget continues to be the single largest obstacle to the advancement of security organisations, the financial woes of recent years slowly are receding, with fewer of this year’s respondents noting budgetary concerns as a stumbling block to the development of their security programs compared to years past. Research Highlights Organisations are Increasingly Focused on Risk Reduction Respondents said the need to create a common operating picture across all security systems is the biggest driver of security plans for the next 12-18 months (22 percent), while the need to reduce risk to the organisation […]