CNL, global provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software and solutions, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the 2019 Technology Partner of the Year by Edge360, internationally renowned designer, developer, manufacturer and integrator of intelligence-based public safety technologies and solutions for federal, state and local governments, as well as commercial and private organisations. The award recognises CNL’s excellence in innovation and implementation of customer centric solutions. Real-time 3D visualisation platform The award distinguishes CNL as a premier technology partner, enabling the delivery of quality solutions The award distinguishes CNL as a premier technology partner, enabling the delivery of quality solutions that leverage both existing capabilities and next-generation technologies to solve mission critical security challenges using Edge360’s real-time 3D visualisation platform. Utilising the RavenView3D Plug In, developed by Edge360, CNL’s PSIM displays RavenView3D models allowing full visibility and interaction with an entire city. Its powerful building x-ray mode shows exactly which building, floor or zone is in alarm, delivering complete situational awareness and helping operators to manage appropriate responses to improve security. This industry-renowned solution ensures a focus on providing end customers with the most efficient, yet effective results, creating a measurable return on their investment. Integration with IPSecurityCenter “We value our strong partnership with elite technology providers such as CNL who strengthen our ability to meet our customers’ most challenging requirements,” said Rick Urban, Director of Special Projects, Edge360. “As a team, we have the ability to collaborate to deliver great solutions that can be rapidly developed, integrated, and deployed to our customers.” “CNL Software is committed to working with new and innovative technologies that will give our customers improved security and greater efficiency” comments Mike Mostow, General Manager – Americas, CNL. “When integrated with IPSecurityCenter, Raven View3D further enhances the industry’s most comprehensive PSIM platform, providing users with access to more of the tools they need to quickly see, understand, assess and properly resolve security incidents, consistently.”
CNL Software, a global provider of Physical Security Information management (PSIM) software, will be demonstrating the latest features of its IPSecurityCenter PSIM software at the GSX. These demonstrations will help those responsible for the security of major cities, government agencies, public & private critical infrastructure, public & private corporations, and transportation facilities & networks to better understand and more efficiently react to security incidents. Recent IPSecurityCenter developments include enhanced interactive dashboards, improved web and mobile accessibility, plug-in support for embedded analytics, machine learning, predictive insight tools and improved three-dimensional (3D) mapping. Improved sensor technologies to reduce threats Billions of dollars are spent developing new and improved sensor technologies that help reduce new threatsToday, security control centres are expected to process and react to more data from more sources than ever before. And every year, billions of dollars are spent developing new and improved sensor technologies that help reduce new threats as they emerge. This means there will be even more data to understand and manage in the security control center in coming years. By 2025, there will be more than 75 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices online. That is almost 10 devices for every person in the world. CNL Software will be available at the GSX to discuss what this data management challenge means for the security control center and to demonstrate how security professionals can prepare their organisations to effectively process and react to an ever-increasing volume of otherwise unintegrated security data. Using technology to protect people and assets “Security control centers should be preparing for a huge change in the amount of data they need to be able to understand and manage. To cope, they will need the technology and tools to do more with less. Maintaining a ‘business as usual’ stance will also prevent organisations from taking advantage of the security control center efficiencies that integration, analytics, machine learning technology and automation can provide,” says Mike Mostow, General Manager – Americas at CNL Software. There has never been a greater need and opportunity to challenge traditional security control center methods" “There has never been a greater need and opportunity to challenge traditional security control center methods. Today’s most successful and informed security operations are making use of technology that provides deeper insights into their physical security environment, to better protect people & assets, and to drive efficiencies — creating value beyond safety and security, and across the enterprise.” IPSecurityCenter leads the Global market for PSIM software, offering unparalleled openness and adaptability, virtually unlimited scale, and security and performance advantages that are the result of more than a decade of investment.
CNL Software, globally renowned open, adaptable, scalable, and secure Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions provider, will be showcasing its latest IPSecurityCenter PSIM software at the Connected Security Expo at ISC West in Las Vegas April 10-12, 2019. IPSecurityCenter PSIM software CNL Software will demonstrate how its PSIM platform helps law enforcement, government agencies, the military, public and private critical infrastructure, transportation networks, corporations and campuses integrate, automate and manage systems, allowing increased security intelligence and improved operational efficiency. The Connected Security Expo addresses the convergence of the physical and digital security domains and is designed to help physical security system integrators and end users keep pace as the IoT evolves and security needs to process and interpret more data and respond to more security events each day. The Connected Security Expo is a unique opportunity for physical security system integrators and end users to gain access to cutting-edge security technology designed to increase security intelligence and help mitigate emerging threats in our hyper-connected world. Physical security and risk management “IPSecurityCenter helps organisations efficiently identify and manage the threats that pose the greatest risk to them and that require immediate attention,” says Mike Mostow, General Manager - Americas, CNL Software. “IPSecurityCenter is purpose-built for physical security and includes out-of-the-box correlation rules, analytics, dashboards, workflows and reporting to help organisations quickly and efficiently address their most pressing security use cases.”
CNL Software, a provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that its award-winning PSIM technology was used to support a multiagency security program for Super Bowl LIII. The company’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution is installed in the Atlanta Police Department’s Video Integration Center (VIC) and helps secure the city and surrounding metro area, keep the metro area’s transportation networks and systems safe, and to help law enforcement personnel make sense of the huge volume of video intelligence that is generated day-to-day and during large-scale events like Super Bowl. Provide law enforcement Atlanta is no stranger to hosting large-scale events, which includes a previous Super Bowl, and has invested in a multitude of surveillance, analytic, data fusion, and communications systems and technologies in recent years. The City has also established an innovative public-private partnership, known as Operation Shield, that effectively leverages the surveillance assets and infrastructure of other participating Atlanta metro area departments and agencies, including the City’s Metro Atlanta Rail and Transit Authority (MARTA) and Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, and the City’s business community, while also bridging communication gaps between and across them. IPSecurityCenter by CNL Software integrates these disparate systems in the Atlanta Police Department’s VIC to provide law enforcement IPSecurityCenter by CNL Software integrates these disparate systems in the Atlanta Police Department’s VIC to provide law enforcement and other public safety professionals with the data and video intelligence they need to effectively respond to incidents before they arrive on scene. Crowd size monitoring “Estimates are that nearly one million people travelled to Atlanta for Super Bowl Week. As with all major events, ensuring public safety and security is a big job and huge concern,” comments Mike Mostow, General Manager – Americas at CNL Software. “IPSecurityCenter was installed in the VIC by the Atlanta Police Department to provide the real-time situational awareness and decision support they need to ensure public safety and security during large-scale special security events like Super Bowl LIII.” IPSecurityCenter PSIM is installed in some of the largest public safety and security programs in some of the world’s largest cities. The platform enables the most intelligent integration of the widest range of disparate public safety, security, emergency management, and homeland defence system and sensor technologies, including video and video analytics, facial recognition, license plate recognition, crowd size monitoring, gunshot detection, chemical, biological, radiological/nuclear and explosives detection, geospatial mapping, and asset tracking.
CNL Software, global pure play Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software provider, will be showcasing its latest IP Security Center PSIM solution at the Connected Security Expo at ISC West in Las Vegas April 11-13, 2018. CNL Software will demonstrate how its PSIM technology helps law enforcement, government agencies and the military, owners and operators of public and private critical infrastructure, large corporations and school districts, colleges and universities, and transportation facilities and networks integrate, automate, and connect security operations and realise the full potential of security system investments. Connected Security Expo The Connected Security Expo targets the convergence of the physical and digital domains and increased demand for more holistic solutions that reduce the clutter that often impedes situational awareness, promote quicker and more consistent incident assessment and response times, automate business rules to ensure compliance with policies, and collect and report insightful data in support of enterprise optimisation and decision making.Following a string of tragic incidents at our nation’s schools and colleges and universities, PSIM has become an essential technology Physical Security Information Management “Following a string of tragic incidents at our nation’s schools and colleges and universities, PSIM has become an essential technology bridge between educational facilities and the first responder community, helping deliver critical information, when and where needed, so that better informed decisions can be made as rapidly as possible”, says Mike Mostow, Americas General Manager, CNL Software. “PSIM delivers the collaborative element required to deliver real-time situational awareness to first responders - a crucial aspect of campus security initiatives being driven at the state, local, and federal government levels.” Mostow concludes, “Critical data, at the right time, in the right place, in the right way, to the right person, can simply save lives.” “We are working with some of the world’s most innovative technology providers to create software-based solutions that drastically improve the effectiveness of control room operations”, added Adlan Hussain, VP Marketing. “We are also now working to empower multi-agency operations, including public and private collaborations; enabling law enforcement, school districts, and transportation facilities and networks to not only have real-time situation awareness but to also use data analysis to effectively preempt and prevent crime.”
IPSecurityCenter PSIM allows the intelligent integration of the widest range of security CNL Software, a provider of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announced that its award-winning technology will be utilised as part of the multi-agency security programme at the 2017 presidential inauguration. The company’s IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution is deployed in Washington, DC to help secure the city, keep its transportation facilities and networks operational, and the people that rely on them safe, as well as to make sense of the huge volume of data and video intelligence generated during inaugural activities. IPSecurityCenter will be used to help ensure inaugural events run smoothly. Situational awareness Event security agencies are responsible for the safety of the public, security and law enforcement and counter terrorism activities during what may be the most dynamic threat environment in history of the U.S. “The swearing-in of a new President is a momentous occasion in our nation’s capital, and we will see huge numbers of people coming from across and beyond the U.S. to witness the inauguration. As with all major events, security is a huge concern,” comments Mike Mostow, General Manager at CNL Software Americas. “IPSecurityCenter is deployed in Washington, DC, providing real-time situational awareness and decision support to security and law enforcement personnel during large scale special security events like the inauguration. One of IPSecurityCenter’s key capabilities is allowing multi-level collaboration between and across the various safety, security, law enforcement and emergency management agencies working to protect the President and others attending inaugural activities, its spectators, and the wider public.” Incident detection “IPSecurityCenter offers comprehensive situational awareness and intelligence to bolster security” “Aside from the threat of a major incident, there are more frequent public safety and security incidents to consider. From monitoring crowds and the accurate and early detection of incidents, to enabling rapid post event forensics, IPSecurityCenter offers comprehensive situational awareness and intelligence to bolster security. Having more digital eyes on the ground becomes a force multiplier to help identify and resolve security incidents faster and more incisively.” IPSecurityCenter PSIM is deployed in some of the largest public security programs today in global cities supporting the safety and security of citizens, visitors, commerce, and infrastructure. IPSecurityCenter PSIM allows the intelligent integration of the widest range of security and homeland defence technologies such as video surveillance and analytics, facial recognition, license plate recognition, crowd monitoring, gunshot detection, chemical, biological, radiological/nuclear and explosives detection, geospatial mapping, and asset tracking.
Colin Sadler, who has been instrumental within CNL Software for 4 years, will be joining the U.S. team CNL Software, a provider of physical security information management (PSIM) system software, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its U.S. operations with the opening of its new Regional Offices and Integration and Demonstration Centre in Ashburn, VA strengthening its Americas delivery and support services capacity to meet the increased demand for its IPSecurityCenter PSIM system software. Strategic appointments Following significant new projects in the Americas region, and to support CNL Software’s ambitious expansion plans in the U.S., the company has reinforced its U.S. operations with several strategic appointments. Colin Sadler, an experienced Professional Services Manager, who has been instrumental within CNL Software for 4 years will be joining the U.S. team. Other professional services and product support appointments have also been made to strengthen delivery and support services. These appointments coincide with the opening of CNL Software’s state of the art Americas Regional Offices and Integration and Demonstration Centre next month, which has been created to show what is possible to achieve through integration and how we are challenging the status quo in control room software. The new facility brings together smart, innovative technology from world class technology partners from across the security and information technology (IT) domains, intelligently managed using IPSecurityCenter, balancing the desire for increased situational awareness, automation and control with the need to manage legacy systems efficiently while also enabling the seamless integration of new systems. Integration and Demonstration Centre “Our Integration and Demonstration Centre is designed to replicate real world security challenges, and to demonstrate how the intelligent use of technology is allowing us to meet these challenges faster, more precisely and with more efficiency,” explains Mike Mostow, General Manager at CNL Software – Americas. “Our IPSecurityCenter technology is critical to the missions of many of our end users, and they need to be confident that we are ahead of the curve when it comes to technology, innovation, and the technical and operational know-how to help them drive impactful outcomes across the enterprise. From Big Data to IoT to autonomous technologies, innovation continues to move at a relentless pace. With it comes new technology and thinking, our Integration and Demonstration Centre is where we show and communicate the latest developments that are taking place in our industry.” Mostow continues, “Our operations support a wide range of public and private organisations requiring robust, enterprise level security management solutions. With clients ranging from the Fortune 500, to critical national infrastructure, to diplomatic security and safe cities, we provide solutions to meet complexity and scale. Our Americas operation is here to ensure that we exceed customer expectations at every stage of the engagement process.”
Mike will have direct responsibility for all American customer-facing departments including sales CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce that it has strengthened its position in the US market, with the appointment of Mike Mostow to the role of General Manager – Americas. Mike will have direct responsibility for all American customer-facing departments including sales, professional services, channel development and customer support. Security industry background A passionate industry leader, Mike has worked for over 20 years within the security technology sector. Prior to joining CNL Software, Mike led and managed commercial and technical teams for Leidos’ Integrated Security Division. He will use this experience to execute operations and drive sales in line with CNL Software’s aggressive growth plan in the Americas. Mike began his career at Johnson Controls and has since held senior government and critical infrastructure focused management positions at industry leading companies such as AMAG Technology and ICx Technologies/FLIR Systems. Increasing use of CNL’s PSIM technology “I am very excited by this opportunity to help build on CNL Software’s recent achievements in the Americas. The PSIM market is experiencing significant growth and continues to outpace traditional security technologies; it is a great time to get engaged. As a leader in the PSIM market, CNL Software is seeing increased demand coming from market growth, as well as a greater market share in the Americas,” says Mike Mostow, CNL Software, General Manager – Americas. “My immediate focus will be to maintain that forward momentum and to sustain growth and new customer acquisition. CNL Software’s PSIM technology, which improves organisational management and control, enhances situational awareness and reporting, and drives efficiencies through automation, has become increasingly vital in mission critical security environments.” “Mike’s experience and excellence in sales and service will add major benefits to both the growth of our American sales channels and the support of our clients,” commented Keith Bloodworth, CEO at CNL Software. “The addition of his leadership in this strategically significant region further emphasises our commitment to building a world-class Americas sales and support team to serve our customers and partners. We are very confident that our growing team and client base will benefit from Mike’s strong leadership as well as his passion for the security market.”
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