Category Archives: ASIS Security

Security Convergence Software Provider AlertEnterprise Registers Huge Increase in Interest at ASIS 2014

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Projects Strong Growth, Launches New Partnerships, Wins Conference Award and Gains Recognition in Keynote

FREMONT, Calif. October 8, 2014 – AlertEnterprise announced today that its participation at the ASIS 2014 Conference held in Atlanta, GA last week was a huge success leading to projections of strong growth in the coming year for the security convergence software company. AlertEnterprise is riding a new wave in Security Convergence known as IT-OT (Operational Technology) Security Convergence. The privately-held company disclosed the need to protect the Nation’s critical infrastructure such as power plants, oil and gas installations, chemical plants and transportation systems is driving the demand for a unified approach to cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection. read more

AlertEnterprise Wins ASIS Accolades 2009 Security’s Best Winner Award

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Re: Unique next generation software combines IT Security, Physical Access Controls and Industrial Controls to unveil blended threats.

Anaheim, Calif., September 21st, 2009 – AlertEnterprise™, Inc., a red hot software startup in the rapidly emerging space of security convergence for physical and logical security, has earned the ASIS Accolades 2009 Security’s Best Winner Award. AlertEnterprise is exhibiting its solutions in booth #2242 at the ASIS 55th Annual Seminar and Exhibits Conference.

Most industry security experts concur that physical access security, IT security, and critical infrastructure security, all reside in silos. This is a huge challenge for timely detection of terrorist events, malicious behavior and fraudulent activity. Jasvir Gill, founder and CEO of AlertEnterprise takes this mission to heart. His previous startup Virsa Systems was one of the most successful acquisitions by SAP to date and went on to become the heart of the SAP GRC business unit delivering application level security. “The most insidious risks are simple acts that slip between physical and logical security systems. They may not individually trigger an alert in any one system. But, in combination they create a risk that may defy detection unless your physical and logical security systems talk to each other.” says Jasvir. read more