VIDSYS & HPE PRESENT
The Intelligent GSOC at ISC West 2017
YOU ARE INVITED
Take a break from the ISC West 2017 show floor, and join us and your peers at our private suite at the Sands Expo Center –located directly adjacent to the exhibition hall – to explore how the Intelligent GSOC can make a difference in your security operations.
Vidsys, a leader in Converged Security and Information Management (CSIM), in partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, a leader in big data analytics – IDOL, has created a simulated Intelligent Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) to showcase the latest in big data analytics powered physical security technologies. In the face of unrelenting pressure to preempt and respond faster and more effectively to growing threats, the ability to integrate, correlate and extract actionable intelligence out of the data from diverse sources such as video surveillance cameras, sensors, access control, social media, etc, could deliver that game-changing advantage.
From public safety, campus security, critical infrastructure protection, transportation management, to many other security/safety-critical operations where it is essential to make better decisions faster, the innovative and highly customizable solution based upon the integration of Vidsys’ Converged Security and Information Management platform and Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s big data analytics engine – IDOL, can accelerate holistic intelligence and automate alerts to mitigate the escalating risks of disastrous oversight and costly false alarms.
Space is limited, so register today to get your seat at this exciting new event.
When: April 5-7. 2017, 10:00AM-5:00PM
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada | Casanova 605 in the Sands Expo
Expo Website: www.iscwest.com
Jack Hanagriff is a 34-year veteran with the Houston Police Department. For the last seven years, he has been on special assignment to the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security, where he currently serves as the Coordinator of the Regional Risk and Critical Infrastructure Protection Program. In this position, he shepherds the efforts of multi-disciplinary stakeholders across 13 Counties. He has developed an organization and governance structure to identify, catalog, assess, and analyze their assets, leveraging technology, Federal guidance, and the private sector where appropriate.
Jack is the Technology Coordinator for Homeland Security Projects and oversees key initiatives related to data content sharing, situation management, cyber security and edged technology implementation that supports many aspects of public safety. He is co-chair of the Houston UASI Risk Management Critical Infrastructure Protection Committee and is strategy lead in the Houston Regional Cyber Security Workgroup which is pursuing several projects to identify and assess risks and helping to bridge the gap between cyber security and physical security.
David Humphrey has held the position of Chief Technology Officer for the video analytics product range of HPE Big Data since 2005. Overseeing both the Surveillance and Broadcast Analytics business areas he acts as an ambassador for the R&D team liaising with sales, marketing and customers. He has over 20 years’ industrial experience with video analytics technology. From 1996 he held the positions of Head of Engineering and then Managing Director for Neurodynamics, before it was acquired by Autonomy Corporation in 2005. Now part of HPE Software, he continues to provide video analytics solutions for defense agencies, governments and major corporations around the globe. Prior to this, Mr. Humphrey was an Electronic Hardware Engineer in multiple industries including machine vision, supercomputing and instrumentation. Mr Humphrey graduated with a BSc (Hons) in electrical and electronic engineering from The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. He is a Chartered Engineer and a member of the Institute of engineering and technology. His current location is Cambridge, England.