All-over-IP 2017 introduces The Integrated Security Systems Conference.
There are two strategies security vendors have to choose from:
- offering proprietary total solutions – those are not cheeper to acquire and maintain, but are more simple to set up and run;
- offering open systems that can integrate with other systems available on the market, and enable multi-vendor installations.
- either selling proprietary total security solutions which are easy to install and require minimum maintenance;
- or building integrated solutions which is more complicated, and requires special expertise and skills. Open-architecture integrated systems could show up as being more expensive; the sales process becomes more complex. But that implies more business opportunities due to intellectual value-add.
The same is with end-users who can:
- either choose an easy win with proprietary total solutions which offer lower complexity and maintenance;
- or go for open, truly integrated systems – those are more expensive, and drive up deployment costs. Customers have to train their people on numerous manufacturers; there's even more troubleshooting required. But open systems deliver an entirely different effect: a new user experience and functionality that is not available with proprietary total security solutions.
Conference Speaking Topics
- Software Integration Options for Multi-Vendor Security Installations.
- SDK Integrations, API Integrations, Open Protocol Integrations, etc. Different, Equivalent, or Both?
- Technology Trends Impacting The Control Center Security Operator. Data Visulization for Human Perception.
- Understanding Benefits of Integration between Business Management Systems, POS, Industrial Workflows Events Monitoring, Transactions, and Video Surveillance and Access Control.
- Relations Between Security and Business. Risk Management.
- Statistics as a Tool for Security Systems Maintenance Check-out.
Verticals in Focus
- Integration Platforms Retail, Production Sector and Banking.
Capabilities of a Security Integration Platform for Retail, Production and Banking Businesses.
- Security Challenges for Environments with Different Access Levels (Banks, Fuel Stations, Shopping Malls).
- Security Considerations for Geographically Dispersed Businesses.
- Best Practices for Securing Banking Facilities and Operations. Categorizing of Buildings and Threats.
- Cyber Threats in Physical Security. Cyber Security Trends. Open Source, Cloud Services.
- Standardization and Vertical Requirements Impacting Integration of Disparate Security Systems under the Umbrella of a Single Interface.
- Real-World Applications and Examples of PSIM Software in Action in Russia.