Demonstrating the Importance of Intelligence for National Security at ISDEF 2019

Demonstrating the Importance of Intelligence for National Security at ISDEF 2019

Though the meaning of “security” has evolved significantly over the last several years, one fact remains certain: protecting people, property, and assets has never been more important than in today’s rapidly expanding risk landscape. In addition, while this applies to mission-critical organizations of all shapes and sizes, there is one market that must contend with achieving this goal on an extremely large scale: homeland security and defense.

Countries across the globe must work each and every day to determine the best possible methods for comprehensively ensuring the safety of their nation — and this is no small task. With threats such as terrorism, cyber attacks, and violence increasingly targeting the public, staying one-step ahead is a challenging yet necessary duty.

The 10th edition of ISDEF, the Israel Defense & HLS Expo, is set to showcase how, as a top national priority, defense and security in Israel are more than just exportable commodities. On June 4-6, at booth #4006, Verint will join more than 300 exhibitors in Tel Aviv, to demonstrate how its Situational Intelligence Solutions allow government, military, and law enforcement officials to obtain the intelligence needed to proactively identify the greatest risks and vulnerabilities plaguing the country.

The strategic realities that high-risk areas face creates the need for specific qualities that are becoming imperatives throughout the entire security industry: close cooperation, communication, and innovation. In order to increase situational awareness and realize greater operational efficiency, high-level organizations and response teams must prioritize convergence within an Intelligent Security Operations Center (ISOC) between different data sources, security systems, and physical and cyber components. 

The ISOC addresses this head-on by providing unprecedented visibility and insights through the ability to connect tens of thousands of devices and hundreds of concurrent users and subsystems. However, the ISOC isn’t only about connecting devices; it’s about exposing this large data set to best-in-breed analytics to deliver Actionable Intelligence to the security operator.

However, the ISOC isn’t only about connecting devices; it’s about exposing this large data set to best-in-breed analytics to deliver Actionable Intelligence to the security operator.

In the homeland security and defense sector, rapid response is critical. Enterprises within this market are responsible for facilitating quick and informed action in the event of an emergency in order to prevent irreparable damage. Solutions that combine intelligence and mobility can help ensure that command and control operators are provided accurate, intelligence-driven data for better, faster and more efficient decision making in emergency situations.

Developing a comprehensive security strategy begins with the help of trusted partners that specialize in security solutions for mission-critical environments. Join Verint at ISDEF 2019 by registering for the show here. We hope to see you at booth #4006!

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Author: Colleen Gustitus