Genetec wins Security Safety Act Certification from U.S. Dept Homeland Security
GENETEC reports its Security Center security management solution has become the first unified VMS, access control, ALPR, communications and analytics security solution to be granted Security Safety Act Designation and Certification by the U.S Department of Homeland Security.
This certification provides liability protection to Genetec and its customers in the event of a terrorist act and offers further evidence to government customers that Security Center meets the highest possible quality standards.
Security Center 5.7 allows users to make insight-driven decisions based on security and analytics data. This latest version also adds privacy protection for individuals, efficiently distributes HID mobile access control credentials, and ensures business continuity with native access control failover. Security Center 5.7 is available now through the global network of Genetec certified channel partners.
To improve overall cybersecurity, Security Center now automatically identifies whether connected edge devices are running the most recent and secure device firmware. Once notified of known vulnerabilities and given firmware recommendations, administrators can take immediate action and eliminate known security gaps.
By embedding the KiwiVision Privacy Protector module, Genetec enables organizations to automatically blur and mask sensitive video, and anonymize people to protect their privacy. The KiwiVision Intrusion Detector module is also unified with Security Center 5.7 to generate real-time alarms that automatically notify security staff when individuals or vehicles enter sensitive areas, secured perimeters, or restricted zones.
Through an accompanying analytics-based intrusion report, operators can now engage in deeper investigations. Additionally, to assist users in scanning through hours of footage, a new Quick Search forensics tool identifies changes in recorded scenes in seconds, ignoring irrelevant footage to narrow down searches.
Security Center Synergis access control system now comes with built-in failover, so customers can take advantage of continuous monitoring of devices and events. This safeguards critical information and ensures business continuity, even when servers fail. The new HID Mobile Access Portal API integration allows organizations to efficiently deploy mobile credentials to their employees, contractors, and visitors.
The new advanced Security Center reporting feature intuitively displays data in dynamic charts and graphs, helping organizations gain a deeper understanding of their data, identify trends, and spot undetected patterns. Visualization of physical security data can be employed to quickly isolate security gaps and suspicious activity, identify maintenance issues, find valuable opportunities to improve operations, and ultimately make smarter decisions.
The Security Center Web Client allows customers to manage real-time alarms and threat levels, both of which are critical time-sensitive activities. With web-based threat management, users can address any situation in progress, instantly activating a threat level to modify the behavior of their security platform in response. From locking down a facility to restricting access, or triggering emergency video recording, Genetec web-based threat management removes the limitations of location. Managing threat levels on the move is also available through a new, dedicated threat level mobile application.