Genetec brings its latest portfolio of unified physical security solutions to Intersec 2023 and demonstrates how they are key in building robust global cities
Genetec has announced its participation at Intersec 2023.
At the show, the Genetec team will be on hand to demonstrate the significance of unified physical security solutions and how they can be harnessed to achieve seamless and scalable physical security. Visitors to the Genetec stand (S1-F11) will get an in-depth insight into the State of Physical Security 2022 report findings and experience their advanced security solutions, including Genetec Mission Control, KiwiVision Video Analytics with Crowd Estimation, Security Center Restricted Security Area (RSA) Surveillance with Optex and version 5.11 of its flagship Security Center.
“Security is a top priority in the modern interconnected world, and as IoT devices continue to move online, the need to effectively defend our physical security system as well as our communication infrastructure, services, and data from any threat becomes greater. We are thrilled to be a part of the 24th edition of Intersec and to be able to present the strategic advantages of a unified physical security solution to our customers and partners in the region,” said Firas Jadalla, Regional Director at Genetec.
Over the last decade, security systems have evolved to deliver new intuitive functionalities to help security teams automate processes, speed up investigations, and stay on top of routine maintenance tasks. However, an increasingly digital and interconnected world demands that the industry continuously adapts its security strategies in order to navigate and respond to the evolving threat landscape.
With cloud adoption and cybersecurity at the forefront of conversations around physical security, key experts from Genetec will be present at Intersec 2023 to share their insights on the key takeaways from the Genetec State of Physical Security 2022 report while also sharing their predictions for 2023.