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OCG Security Daily ASIS September 24 2013

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AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH ASIS Tuesday, September 24, 2013 SECURELY CONTROL REMOTE RELAYS WITH VIKING ELECTRONICS Oser Communications Group K. R. MORGHANN INTRODUCES NEW TRAINING PRODUCTS Chicago PROTECT PROPERTY WITH HEIGHTENEDSECURITY, INC. An interview with Thomas Murphy, President of Heightened-Security,Inc. NASATKA SECURITY STANDS OUT WITH SECURITY OPTIONS An interview with David Natelson, President of Nasatka Security. The RC-4 Network Enabled Relay Controller from Viking Electronics Inc. provides networked control of four relays and a status display of four contact closures at the remote location. Containing its own webserver with a ready to use customizable interface, the RC-4 eliminates the use of a remote managed server to interpret machine status and handle communication, so there are no monthly access fees, no need for an external internet connection and full control over who can access and K. r. morghann, a security company based out of Des Moines, Iowa, is debuting its new training product at ASIS International. K. r. morghann's "Security Awareness for IT Professionals" is the first widely released security awareness product designed specifically for all IT professionals. Every month, participants in k. r. morghann's program will cover a specific topic in information security such as "Data Sanitization" or "Key Management." IT professionals will not require specific security knowledge because the topic will be presented OSD: What inspired you to create a perimeter security product like this? TM: As a private club COO/General Manager of high-end gated communities, I could not find a perimeter security system to work effectively without constant false alarms leading to a breakdown in readiness from the security team. Faced with a significant number of physical obstructions, including active internal OSD: To what do you attribute your company's success? Continued on Page 8 Continued on Page 28 Continued on Page 30 Continued on Page 28 GET EFFICIENCY AND COST SAVINGS WITH IVEDA SOLUTIONS WINSTED UNVEILS NEW CONSOLE DESIGN SOFTWARE HID GLOBAL: MIGRATING TO IMPROVED SECURITY AND CONVENIENCE DN: In the last three years, we have focused on three major areas to improve the customer experience. The first one is customer service. We've implemented a new CRM application that allows customers to file cases online and interact via our email, telephone and website channels. We have also expanded our call SECURITY-NET: MANY WORKING AS ONE Iveda Solutions®, a pioneer in cloud video hosting, is a technology innovator and provider of enterprise-class Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS). The company has a SAFETY Act designation by the Department of Homeland Security as a qualified anti-terrorism technology provider. Zee™, the company's new line of inexpensive, plug and play IP cameras, provides simple yet powerful video surveillance and is enabled for use with IvedaXpress™ cloud-managed video hosting service. The solution provides an Winsted is pleased to announce the release of Winsted Equipment Layout Software (WELS) Version 4. With a completely redesigned user interface and a faster graphics engine, WELS 4 makes creating console designs and control room layouts using Winsted products faster and easier than ever before. WELS 4 is a standalone program that provides full 3D design capabilities, comprehensive parts lists, automatic dimensioning, the ability to create specification sheets, and can By John Fenske, Vice President of P r o d u c t Marketing Identity and Access Management with HID Global There are many reasons to improve an organization's access control infrastructure, including adopting new technology, combating escalating security threats, and enhancing value and convenience by combining multiple applications on smartcards or Near Field Communications (NFC)-enabled mobile phones. To achieve these goals, Now celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Security-Net is made up of 20 independent companies in North America that stretch from coast to coast, north to south and encompass part of Canada. In recent years it has expanded to include independent systems integrators with business operations in Brazil, the Dominican Republic, the United Kingdom and Europe to bring the total number of independent member companies to 23 globally. "Independents are often at a Continued on Page 30 Continued on Page 30 Continued on Page 30 Continued on Page 8

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