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Vector Flow demonstrates next-gen AI-driven PIAM and SOC automation solutions

September 21, 2022SSN Staff

ATLANTA, GA – Vector Flow, a provider of A.I. and data-driven physical security solutions demonstrated their PIAM and SOC automation solutions at this year’s GSX. The cloud-enabled platform can convert raw physical security data from different sources into insights that drive operational performance and business results. Vector Flow’s suite of apps automates the process of workflows and eliminates corporate risk and security distractions which allows users to focus on the important...

Ajay Jain, artificial intelligence (AI), automated workflows, GSX 2022, physical security, Vector Flow


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HID acquires Quantum Secure

April 6, 2015Martha Entwistle

AUSTIN, Texas—Secure identity provider HID Global has acquired Quantum Secure, a provider of identity management software. Denis Hebert, HID Global CEO, told Security Systems News that the deal brings an important new capability to HID.“We have added to the overall equation,” Hebert said. “Together [HID and Quantum represent] a much more powerful and valuable proposition.”Imperial Capital's Jeff Kessler concurred, calling Quantum Secure “the last step [HID] needed...

Ajay Jain, Denis Hébert, HID Global, Imperial Capital, Jeff Kessler, Quantum Secure


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ASIS 2011: News and notes from the show floor

September 22, 2011SSN Staff

ORLANDO, Fla.—There was plenty of news being made at ASIS 2011, which took place at the Orange County Convention Center Sept. 19-21. Below are some editor round-ups from ventured out onto the show floor to collect news and other goings-on. Here's Martha's round-up: The ASIS news started rolling in well before the show floor opened with the news released around 7 a.m. yesterday that Tyco International plans to split into three independent, publicly traded companies. Over at the BRS Labs booth,...

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