PSIM:維護城市安全的關鍵要素

實體安全資訊管理平台(Physical Security Information Management,PSIM)作為一種有效的事件管理工具,能收集城市中不同來源的資料數據並加以分析,指引操作人員如何進行下一步,幫助有關當局有 效預防、監控及回應事故或緊急情況。

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5 Basics for Implementing Effective Physical Security

Source Security Article: What constitutes a well-designed physical security programme? Deadly terrorist attacks on buildings such as the San Bernardino Administrative Centre, Riverside Countyin California., have highlight the need of a well-designed and well implemented physical security programme. S.Steven Oplinger, Chair of the ASIS Physical Security Council, outlines 5 basic principles for any effective security plan that should be executed by all security stakeholders including building owners, construction managers, security integrators and security supervisors.

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PSIM Market Predictions for 2016

Dec 2015: Interview with Keith Bloodworth, CEO of CNL Software - PSIM Market Predictions for 2016

Regularly recognized by major publications as one of the most influential people in the security sector, Keith Bloodworth, CEO of CNL Software has been a leading visionary within the security industry for over a decade. As a founding partner of Axis Communications, now leading the move to intelligent IP based solutions, he reviews what was happening in the PSIM world in 2015, primarily looking at the security and facilities market and his market predictions for these markets in 2016.

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The Massive Challenge of Securing Railways Against Terrorism

Think Railways Article, Nov 2015: Terrorist threat in Europe is at its highest level in the last ten years. As alarming is the fact that transportation systems represent prime targets for terrorists in search of dense crowds. In a research carried by AON, transport ranks second after retail on the list of industries that were attacked by terrorists in 2014 (2). The Global Terrorism Database registered over 3600 terrorist incidents against public transport modes between 1992 and 2014, representing 3.7% of all incident types (2). Within the transport target category, heavy and light rail transport related attacks account for 34%. Starting with 2013, there is a sharp increase in the number of terrorist attacks against the railway system.

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It's all About Value

LinkedIn Article, Nov 2015: Today, more than at any time in the past the speed of the development of technology, along with its application in sectors such as physical security is defining the art of what is possible. If we look at the forecasted numbers, global physical security market, that consist of systems and services, worth 105.26 Billion USD by 2020 (a value published by Markets and Markets – Worlds’ no. 2 firm in terms of annually published market research reports). This value makes us to think that there is a real demand of physical security and investments in this technology and related services will increase.

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BFSI Security Set to Grow to $44.3B

Security World Hotel, Nov 2015: The Banking, Financial Service, and Insurance (BFSI) security market size is estimated to grow from USD 25.61 Billion in 2015 to USD 44.38 Billion by 2020, at an estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.6% from 2015 to 2020.

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Detecting and Resolving Waterside Security Threats

CNL Software & ASV White Paper, Sep 2015: Around 80% of the world’s population lives within 100km from the coast/shoreline, consequently a large proportion of critical infrastructure has a waterside front.

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Managing and Mitigating Business Risk with Security Software

Security InfoWatch, Sep 2015: This issue Security Technology Executive editorial director Steve Lasky sits down with several of the industry’s top experts to find out what’s trending and what issues are shaping the future of PSIM and VMS solutions. Here is what the experts had to say:

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