Today’s organizations are flooded with information– more than they can rapidly analyze and use to driveappropriate and timely action.
Nextiva PSIM builds on Verint’s more than 15 years experience in capturing, analyzing, and distilling vast amounts of information to provide actionable intelligence for a variety of security environments.
Airports and seaports, cities and metropolitan areas, petro chemical and utility companies, large corporations, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, and government institutions can maximize the ROI of their security infrastructure by improving the operational effectiveness of their Command, Control, and Communications centers, using Nextiva PSIM.
Immediate situational awareness and faster response leveraging a intuitive 3D multi-layer user interface, efficient organizational control and management through systemic procedures and standards, contingency planning capabilities for natural disasters and calamities, reduced operational costs through efficient deployment of equipment and resources, and optimized planning and preparedness for situations using virtual simulations alongside debriefing and analysis of real events ensures that Nextiva PSIM will route the right information to the right people at the right time in your organization.
Emerging Security Needs
During the past decade, a few global trends have influenced the landscape of security needs. The frequency, magnitude, and types of security threats and natural disasters have increased globally. To prevent and contain the consequences from potential situations, governments have implemented several regulations and guidelines that require organizational compliance. Alongside, organizations are continuously trying to improve efficiencies in their operations and looking for ways to reduce total cost of ownership of their systems and infrastructure.
In addition, globalization and consolidation have resulted in more geographically distributed organizations than ever before, with the need to be able to manage and monitor various disparate systems.
Nextiva PSIM addresses the emerging security needs of security leaders heading up large security operations with either centralized or decentralized command, control, and communications centers. Enabling Regulations & Compliance Ranging from FAA/TSA regulations for airports, TWIC screening and escorting requirements at sea-ports, CFATs levels in chemical facilities, FERC and NERC requirements in energy facilities to Cleary Act and HEOA requirements for campuses, and HSPD-12 and PIV/CAC credentialing requirements in government facilities, the Nextiva PSIM solution can enable organizations to comply with regulations applicable to their organization. Nextiva PSIM provides the ability for security leaders to maintain organizational control and management through centralized and decentralized monitoring, design and enforcement of standard policies and procedures for response to routine or emergency situations, and redundancy to ensure business continuity in crisis situations. Nextiva PSIM’s industry standard work flows and check lists ensure that organizations have repeatable and predictable procedures in placeto respond to potential threats and incidents, enabling them to address risk, liability, and compliance requirements.
Enhancing Effectiveness of Security Operations
Command, control, and communications centers (C3) capture information from a multitude of sensors and systems, track down incident locations and perpetrator identities, and initiate and manage response procedures. TheNextiva PSIM solution enables organizations to enhance the operational effectiveness of their security operations.
Nextiva PSIM provides today’s security leaders a solution to increase situational awareness in their C3s while reducing response times and lowering total cost of ownership of their security infrastructure. An intuitive 3D multi-layeruser interface, features enabling fusion of information from multiple sensors and systems, and systemic prioritization of tasks improves operator effectiveness and reduces response times. In addition, virtual simulations of a variety of situations as well as reporting, debriefing, and auditing after actual situations allow optimized planning, training, and preparedness.