LEVERAGING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN SECURITY STRATEGY

Today, nothing is more critical to security and loss prevention operations than meaningful data. These operations bear the responsibility to provide useful data and continually improve the value of that data. This white paper describes how to collect and leverage data to achieve effective loss prevention, risk mitigation, efficient fraud detection, incident analysis, and monitoring.

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LEVERAGING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE IN SECURITY STRATEGY

TRENDS, TECHNOLOGY AND TRANSITION IN PHYSICAL SECURITY

What’s driving your policies and investment decisions? The U.S. security industry has seen solid growth in private security spending, with increased spending on security products and equipment as well as security services. Many will look to adopt physical security information management systems to incorporate all those elements. Read more about data and trends.

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TRENDS, TECHNOLOGY AND TRANSITION IN PHYSICAL SECURITY

A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO SECURITY INFORMATION CONVERGENCE

In security there are large amounts of data that need to be collected from a number of different sources. Managing big data is challenging but we are on the frontier of combining all security data from external data sources such as social networks with the data that is collected by business operations. This is the new world of “information convergence.” It is a world in which security and operations must evolve hand in hand.

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A Systematic Approach to Security Information

Frost & Sullivan's 2011 Research Paper

Find out why our iTrak Reporting Solution was selected as Frost & Sullivan’s 2011 New Product Innovation Award recipient

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iGap on the Gaming Floor

This White Paper addresses the Integration of responsible gaming into Casino environments. Examine how the iGap Platform performs in depth analysis on historical slot play data..

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