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AUG 2018

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Page 30 of 44 August 2018 s EC u RI t Y s Y st EM s NEW s suppliers 26 Industry veteran Janet Fenner joins ISS as CMO The new iotega Wireless Security & Home Automation solution. iotega can be summed up in three words: Secure, Simple and Scalable. Secure. Fully encrypted and wireless security backed by PowerG technology. Simple. Easy installation and ability to manage systems remotely. Scalable. Start with basic security to a fully secured smart solution with the ability to connect to home automation devices. All the home security and automation you need, under one roof. Visit to learn more. So, it was a big cost savings and a big improvement in just ease of administering—to just associate schedules with every camera." This is the largest enter- prise application for Camio to date, utilizing one security operations center, Maslan pointed out. "The biggest take away was just varying the service level by the type of camera," Maslan said. "That was the big realization; it seems obvi- ous in retrospect, but was kind of a new focus for us." The evaluation and plan- ning took about nine months, with most of the work hap- pening in six months. "It was a long cycle, but it was because of the fact that we were learning and adjust- ing as we go. Now, I don't think it would be anywhere near that. If we were to do this over again, we would know all the answers quickly and it could probably be … less than two months just from planning to implemen- tation," Maslan said. SSN Continued from page 24 cam I o progressive and forward-looking company," Fenner told Security Systems News by email. "The physi- cal security industry is shifting toward a software-centric system model as IP devices continue to be recognized as commoditized edge devices. ISS is driving new software solutions that enable and provide AI and predictive analysis—capabilities that users want, yet few companies can actu- ally provide. Look for new and exciting developments from ISS as we continue to differentiate our position as the thought leaders in software solutions for the physical security industry." In her new role at ISS, Fenner will be responsible for all market- By Paul Ragusa AUSTIN, Texas—Seasoned and highly respected executive Janet Fenner, formerly with Dahua Technology U.S.A., was recent- ly hired by Intelligent Security Systems to take on a newly created role as chief marketing officer. "I am extremely excited to join the ISS team as they are such a ing activities globally, including the development and execution of new branding and positioning strategies to support new business initiatives. Fenner reports directly to ISS CEO Aluisio Figueiredo, and has also been appointed to the ISS Executive Director's Board, the most senior committee in the company, report- ing to the full board. "We are excited and proud to have Janet join the ISS team," Figueiredo said in the announce- ment. "Janet's extensive industry experience and proven marketing, branding and alliance-building skills will help to contribute to our continued growth and expansion." Prior to Dahua, Fenner served at Hanwha Techwin America (for- merly Samsung Techwin) and the Brady Corporation. She is also an active supporter and an advisory board member of Mission 500, a c h a r i t a b l e organization focused on the professional security com- munity's efforts to assist chil- dren and fami- lies in need across the U.S. Fenner was also recently recog- nized as one of the security indus- try's top female leaders and newly appointed to the Security Industry Association's Board of Directors. Intelligent Security Systems, based here, and with offices world- wide, specializes in video manage- ment and video analytics software. ISS also provides a comprehensive line of digital security and surveil- lance video solutions, allowing for centralized command and control of an entire enterprise security network. SSN Janet Fenner

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