Genetec, a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, will showcase its latest unified security technology solutions and initiatives at Intersec Dubai 2018 (January 21-23rd). Genetec will unveil Citigraf, a decision support system that unifies public safety operations across city departments for interagency collaboration. Genetec will also showcase Security Center 5.7, its unified, open architecture security flagship. Genetec will have its stand in the Sheikh Saeed 1 Hall, Stand #J34.
Security Center 5.7, the latest version, allows users to make insight-driven decisions based on security and analytics data. Security Center 5.7 now automatically identifies edge devices and cameras that need firmware updates, helping assure network protection, integrity, and ‘Security of Security’. Privacy Protector is certified with the European Privacy Seal (EuroPriSe) and ‘GDPR-ready’, providing image blurring and pixelization with encryption to assure privacy and compliance. A new efficient distribution feature with HID mobile access control credentials ensures business continuity with native access control failover and mobile HID credentials management. Security Center 5.7 is available now through the global network of Genetec certified channel partners.
“In 2017, we witnessed an increase in cyber-attacks, privacy breaches, and poorly-designed software and equipment,” said Firas Jadalla, Regional Director of Sales for Middle East, Turkey, Africa, Genetec Inc. “At Intersec Dubai, Genetec is keeping the conversation going to urge its integrators and customers to establish trusted best practices that can keep its people and organizations safe and secure. Genetec Security Center 5.7 addresses these concerns head on by offering unmatched levels of authentication, encryption, and authorization—in a unified platform,” added Jadalla.
With an intuitive interface built on Genetec Security Center, Citigraf, the Public Safety Decision Support System collects, manages, and correlates information provided by integrated CAD (Computer Aided Dispatch) systems, CCTV footage, ALPR data, RMS (Record Management Systems) and more. This system helps law enforcement and security dispatch operators immediately identify and display the exact location of an event using icons on a map from a built-in geographical information system (GIS).