AlertEnterprise named to Top 10 Most Innovative at RSA 2009 Conference


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Most industry security experts are generally aware 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 has became the heart of the SAP GRC offering 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.

The AlertEnterprise software products work with existing enterprise systems and physical access control systems delivering incremental return on investments in applications like ERP systems, IT security automation solutions and critical infrastructure management solutions for energy management, oil and gas, chemicals processing and mass transport. Jasvir goes on to add, “We are pleased to be selected as one of the top 10 companies to participate in the Innovation Sandbox at the RSA Conference. In today’s economic climate enterprise customers are asking companies to be more creative by delivering solutions that integrate right into their infrastructure”. Furthermore, “AlertEnterprise delivers unique and innovative solutions that discover blended threat patterns already present in existing systems. It stitches together a fabric that completes the picture on risks that were previously undetectable and automates the process of remediating those risks. This puts us way ahead of solutions just looking at conventional security.”

RSA® Conference is being held in San Francisco April 20-24, 2009 at the Moscone Center