Security Systems News

AUG 2019

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Page 26 of 28 AUGUST 2019 SECURITY SYSTEMS NEWS PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT/Q UOTED /M AR k ETPLACE 22 QuoteD N AME C OMPANY P AGE a D vertiser i n D ex C OMPANY P AGE WE b ADDRESS continued from page 18 infocyte Acquisition & Funding Services 22 Affiliated Monitoring 9 AvantGuard Monitoring Centers 7 Axis Communications 3 COPS Monitoring 13 Dice Corp. 2 Digital Monitoring Products CW Dynamark Monitoring 17 Fiber Fence Security System 22 GSX Global Security Exchange 19 Honeywell Resideo 24 Inovonics 20 National Monitoring Center 11 Securing New Ground 21 Securitas, Inc. 5 Security Central 15 SecurityNext 6 United Central Control 4 o p p o s e d t o t h e m a n u a l p r o c e s s , Stephenson said that he can analyze hundreds, and in some cases, thousands or devices in minutes. "For the client m e n t i o n e d a b o v e , I c o u l d h a v e completely solved their problem in less than an hour, instead of the three months it ended up taking manually," he said. Monetizing of digital forensics is unique in that it has less to do with dollars and more to do with improving efficiency through saving time while at the same time getting better results. Stephenson said that the tendency is to save time by cutting corners when costs get high, but that doesn't help anyone. "Sloppy work is sloppy work," he said, "whether caused by lack of skills or cost-cutting. However, in the case of a digital forensic incident response (DFIR), cutting corners to save money may actually cost money if the analyst misses something that results in significant losses to an organization." While machine automation can, in fact, help save money, and add efficiency and accuracy of an analysis, while also allowing actionable findings, "machines will never, in my view, replace humans c o m p l e t e l y, b u t t h e y c a n p e rf o r m t e d i o u s t a s k s a n d l e v e r a g e h u m a n skills, observation and intelligence," Stephenson concluded. ssn marketplace Feb. 9 - 11, 2020 • New Orleans Appel, Neil B Safe Security 12 Besore, Celia The Monitoring Association 1 Brothers, Scott OnCam 23 Crouse, Michael Total Security 3 Haines, Steven Bureau of Diplomatic Security 10 Harrell, Brian Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency 10 Jones, Scott Homeland Security 10 Mullison, Mark Allied Universal 1 Paparo, Anthony B Safe Security 12 Rinaldi, Andrew Defendify 13 Rosen, Jason Security Consultant 10 Simopoulos, Rob Defendify 1 Spector, Ivan The Monitoring Association 1 Sprague, Steve Transportation Security Administration 10 Stefantsiv, Nicholas Beta Consulting Engineers 4 Stephenson, Peter, Dr. Cyber Criminologist 18 Yungblut, Michelle ESA 8 We have qualified buyers ready to purchase your Security, Fire, Integration business and/or accounts. Sell Your Company or Accounts Now Your Security, Fire, Integration Company is Worth More thAN You thINk! Call RoRy Russell's Cell aT 1-800-354-3863 aND GeT a CoMPleTe BusINess ValuaTIoN Our Most Recent Transactions (over $50 million): Sarasota, FL - SOLD Boston, MA - SOLD Houston, TX - SOLD Phoenix, AZ - SOLD Atlanta, GA - SOLD Telluride, CO - SOLD Information, Testimonials, Videos and an Informative eBook available at Fiber Instrument Sales, Inc.

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