Verint Systems Inc., The Customer Engagement Company, announces a new software platform to help banks and credit unions simplify, modernise, and automate security, surveillance and fraud investigations across their enterprise. “Video Investigator has a very modern user interface, making it easy for me to access more data than what I would've been able to gather before,” said David Campbell, vice president of corporate security, Dollar Bank. “All of the information I need is right there in front of me, packaged in an organised manner, and it is very easy to access data. I am very impressed overall.” Innovative security tools When an incident occurs, investigators must turn to innovative security tools to be able to swiftly locate and analyse data Verint Video Investigator eases the daily challenges security investigators face. It simplifies and reduces the time to access live and recorded video through an intuitive interface, empowering users to quickly find the data needed to eliminate risks while increasing productivity. With an enhanced user experience, investigators can reduce training time, align investigation workflow, streamline video sharing, and focus on more critical tasks. The fraud and security challenges banks contend with can be overwhelming, but prompt action is necessary to limit the damage that can greatly affect customers, employees, and the brand. When an incident occurs, investigators must turn to innovative security tools to be able to swiftly locate and analyse data. But these solutions are typically complex to use and manage. Data-gathering efforts “Banks and credit unions have data and security workloads spread across multiple platforms and as a result, business processes, compliance, and data-gathering efforts can be hampered,” said Brian Lettiere, vice president product management, Verint. “The challenge is to overcome data and technology siloes to quickly deploy new services that reduce complexity and enhance usability.” Verint Video Investigator is an industry solution designed specifically for financial fraud and security personnel to help facilitate cohesive and straightforward threat mitigation and investigations. Lettiere added, “Verint Video Investigation is backwards compatible and fully integrated with our entire video software management platform.” Streamlined user experience Investigators can experience an overall time savings of more than 50 percent in an average investigation Verint Video Investigator provides organisations with an intuitive platform that can easily be leveraged across multiple departments to provide the actionable intelligence needed for effective risk management. Investigators can experience an overall time savings of more than 50 percent in an average investigation due to a streamlined user experience and quicker access to video. To learn more about Verint’s complete portfolio of solutions for the financial services sector, visit booth #26049 at the ISC West conference in Las Vegas, April 10-12 or attend an upcoming webinar, ‘Experience the Power of Verint’s Video Investigator’ on Thursday, April 18th at 1:00 p.m. CT.
Verint® Systems has announced the release of the V4420 camera system, a full-HD modular camera system designed for easy and discreet installation for customers in a number of vertical markets. Ideal camera for covert surveillance The Verint 4420 is an innovative and valuable solution for indoor surveillance that can be easily and flexibly installed into any decoration or interior design, making the camera ideal for indoor or covert surveillance of ATMs, banks, stores, and offices. A separate camera unit and video core design allow the small camera unit, along with the 5-meter long cable, to be installed where discretion is required. Verint camera technologies The 4420 provides two camera choices: a 2MP pinhole and a 2MP wide format lens that is suitable for a 180-degree view, and feature advanced characteristics found in Verint cameras, such as true wide dynamic range (WDR), AdaptiveStream technology and on-board storage, among others. These elements, combined with the camera's unique design, enable the camera to capture clear images in high-contrast scenes while still preserving stylish appearances. “We developed this camera to serve a number growing customer segments demanding best-in-class, high-resolution, compact designed cameras coupled with the flexibility to add onto current networks without financial impact and providing greater visibility,” adds Brian Lettiere, vice president of product management, Verint. Pricing and availability The Verint V4420 cameras area scheduled to be available September 18, 2017. To learn more of the technical details of the V4420 modular camera system, click here or contact your Verint representative.
Verint® Systems Inc., recently introduced a series of enhancements to its situational awareness and video analytics solutions. These advancements are designed to further the end user experience and maximise visibility into an organisation’s security operations. Verint Situational Awareness platform upgrade The upgraded Verint Situational Awareness™ platform incorporates enhanced visualisation and actionable intelligence capabilities to help security personnel achieve higher levels of security, compliance and risk reduction. Verint Situational Awareness is an open, unified software solution that helps enhance industry-standard workflows and supports operators in responding to both routine and emergency events. The system combines and analyses device relations, location data, integration, user management and data retention to drive functionality—unifying a wide range of sensors and systems into a centralised, intuitive security and situation intelligence solution. A new mobile application enables operators in the field to stream live video from their smart phones to the security operations centre, thereby expanding the reach of the organisation’s video surveillance network. Citizens and employees can also provide video data through the system’s mobile capabilities, greatly expanding an organisation’s visibility into incidents and emergencies as they occur. Seamless user experience The newest version of Verint Situational Awareness features capabilities designed to provide a more seamless, user-friendly operator experience. These include: Incident timelines that visually displays every alert associated with an event. Video mapping that enables users to display live video tiles on an area map to see precisely what is happening and where. An attachments gallery that automatically arranges all files associated with an incident in one place. Tile views for search results to help operators find specific individuals more quickly. Overlay search results that help investigators superimpose search results on a map to easily view event locations. User preferences, such as column orders, that are restored when an operator logs off and back on to the solution to simplify and further streamline the user experience. “The Verint Situational Awareness solution helps organisations create a comprehensive and familiar operating picture to help improve overall security and business awareness, streamline responses and enable operators to more effectively and efficiently perform their jobs, both in emergency scenarios and during routine day-to-day operations,” explains Brian Lettiere, Vice President, product management, Verint Video and Situation Intelligence Solutions™. “Usability and data visualisation are two key components in helping ensure that information is actionable. We’ve focused on enhancing both data and video gathering in a smart, efficient manner, streamlined with the core functionalities that are most vital.” Verint Video Surveillance Analytics upgrade In addition, Verint announced a key enhancement to Verint Video Surveillance Analytics. These latest enhancements add a sophisticated forensic investigation capability designed to help operators examine video after an incident using highly-detailed parameters. For example, users can search for a specific colour and size of car moving in the wrong direction. The new functionality can also help officials achieve more effective forensic investigations by finding relevant information faster. “Verint offers comprehensive video analytics and incorporates these advanced capabilities to help meet the requirements of today’s data-driven organisations,” adds Lettiere. “By leveraging the power of highly sophisticated forensic search capabilities, end users can more effectively investigate incidents and achieve an enhanced level of situational awareness.”
Sentry360, one of the fastest growing IP camera manufacturers in the industry, announced recently the integration of their 360-degree cameras, as well as their HD and Ultra HD cameras, with Verint Video Management Software™ (VMS). Verint is a valued Sentry360 partner that delivers innovative and comprehensive security solutions that are proven in a wide variety of applications. Verint VMS streamlines video security operations and helps end users rapidly make sense of the vast volumes of video and data captured. Bringing Sentry360’s 360-degree technology together with the capabilities of Verint VMS creates benefits for joint customers by enabling the development of a comprehensive surveillance solution that allows users to realise new levels of situational awareness. Sentry360 & Verint integration benefits “Verint Video Management Software, combined with the Sentry360 camera line provides an unmatched level of insight to an end user’s ability to capture and analyse incidents as they occur,” said Brian Lettiere, Vice President of Product Management, Verint. “Through this integrated solution, organisations can gain actionable intelligence about what’s happening in their environment to make better business decisions across the enterprise.” Sentry360’s dewarping feature occurs on the client side, and is fully integrated with Verint VMS. This approach allows end users to combine Sentry360’s best-in-breed panoramic technology with Verint’s reliable and versatile video management system. “We are very pleased to announce this integration with Verint Systems,” said Thomas Carnevale, CEO and founder, Sentry360, “Now that this integration is complete, our joint focus will be leveraging the multi-location ‘high-end’ retail and enterprise mass transit customers so they can benefit from our combined solution.”
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