LinkedIn PSIM Group reaches over 6,000 members

This continues to show that interest levels are higher than ever in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software and what PSIM has to offer to the market. If you have not joined, now is a great time to join and find out how PSIM is making physical security operations more connected, efficient and effective. It brings together users, integrators, consultants and manufacturers of Physical Security Information Management software to share ideas, thought leadership, tips, tricks, future developments and more!

If you are already a member, why not invite colleagues and connections who may be interested, so we can continue to grow this group and spread education on PSIM. To find out more and join.

Special Report: Government Security - Sharing Video with Police

SecurityInfoWatch.com, June 2013: Special Report: Government Security - Sharing Video with Police
by Geoffrey Craighead, CPP

Law enforcement across the country is devising formal programs to ask businesses, public entities and residents to share surveillance footage.

The swift and successful investigation of the terrorist attack during the Boston Marathon shined a bright light on the value of both public and private-sector video when shared with police.

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CCTV on Track Against Terror

Professional Security Magazine, July 2013: Paul Crowther, Deputy Chief Constable of British Transport Police is the new CCTV lead for the chief police officers association, ACPO. He went through CCTV, and the BTP’s approach to risk, at IFSEC.

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Security Innovations Driven by Technology and Compliance

Memoori Business Intelligence, June 2013: Key Innovations in Security will be Driven by Technology and Compliance

We recently sat down with Adlan Hussain, Global Head of Marketing at CNL Software, to discuss Innovation in Security and CNL's intention to continue to lead developments in PSIM software.

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A Closer Look At PSIM

Hi-Tech Security Solutions Journal, June 2013: PSIM is even being used to enforce regulatory compliance as it takes on more than physical security tasks – such as queue management and overcrowding prevention.

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Technology Integration Further Propels Safe Cities

a&s International March 2013: According to a recent study by Frost & Sullivan, for cities to enhance security economically, optimization and integration of security technologies will be increasingly important. The integration of technology allows for a more complete picture of security breaches, accidents, disturbances and responses. This approach also allows law enforcement agencies to modify the technology to suit different security needs.

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Get Empowered By PSIM for Enhanced Security

a&s India, Tech Insight January 2013: Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) was introduced to the physical security world almost six years back. The idea is that all the information related to security is actually in the form of data. Data that once contextualized and analyzed becomes information for making better business decisions. It is applying the concepts of information management and business intelligence to the practices and technologies of physical and homeland security. a&s India spoke to key stakeholders to know the latest trends in PSIM.

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Mature American Market Experiences Modest Growth

a&s International Magazine, Special Feature December 2012: Despite the recovering economy, 2013 will be a challenging year for the US security market. Unlike its emerging counterparts, North America's growth has been more modest at approximately 6 to 7 percent over the last three years. Difficult times challenge security professionals to explore new business models and vertical markets.

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