IPSecurityCenter PSIM Solution at ASIS 2014
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 29 August 2014
Release date- 28082014 - CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it will be demonstrating the latest release of its IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution, at ASIS International, in booths #1043 and #2211 from Sept 29 - Oct 2, 2014 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
From single office locations, to the complete integration of worldwide campuses, the IPSecurityCenter PSIM centralized model of security management supports organizations to reduce costs, increase control, ensure compliance and homogenize security protection levels. IPSecurityCenter's management reporting data aids business intelligence gathering: enabling the mapping of incident trends and ensuring the highlighting of weaknesses to inform future security investment. In addition, IPSecurityCenter PSIM allows for more effective use of infrastructure and manpower, better allocation of resources, real-time incident response and faster resolution - all resulting in improved operational efficiency with less risk to people, processes, property, brand & reputation.
'We see that security management professionals have an increasing knowledge of the benefits of PSIM technology. More and more projects are specifying the higher levels of integration, process guidance and scalability only offered by a PSIM solution such as IPSecurityCenter', says Warren van der Merwe, VP Business Development at CNL Software. 'We are finding that large corporations for example, are now requesting 'Federated' solutions. These allow standalone PSIM deployments at individual facilities to work collaboratively with each other and hand over control to a dedicated emergency response center in the event of large-scale, emergency situations. We look forward to having discussions about the IPSecurityCenter PSIM Federation module at the show'.
For the past six decades, ASIS has been at the forefront of the security industry's advancement by supplying the ultimate showcase for technology, ideas and solutions. Its flagship event, the ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits, enriches professionals practicing across the operational and logical spectrums. ASIS 2014 provides valuable resources for security-focused professional development, including; education, certifications, thought leadership, cutting-edge solutions, networking, insider tours and career pavilion services.
For more information about CNL Software at ASIS 2014, or to book a demonstration, please email email@example.com
About ASIS 2014
Attendees will participate in educational programming that includes more than 200 sessions in more than 20 topic tracks designed to keep security practitioners on top of current and emerging issues. Included are more than 80 sessions focusing on cybersecurity challenges as part of the (ISC)2 Security Congress, collocated with ASIS 2014. For more information, and to register for ASIS 2014, please visit www.asisonline.org
About CNL Software
CNL Software is a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software. Its award winning technology is deployed to secure cities, critical resources and global commerce. CNL Software's PSIM solutions sit at the heart of some of the largest, most complex and ground-breaking security integration and business value initiatives in the world. Its work with leading organizations is helping to shape the future of security by offering thought leadership on key issues such as energy reduction, process compliance and business advantage in converged environments. For more information, please visit www.cnlsoftware.com
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