Genetec security system receives anti-terrorism designation
Genetec's unified security platform has been given anti-terrorism certification by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
PITTSBURGH – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security this week awarded our business partner Genetec anti-terrorism designation for their unified security platform.
The platform, Genetec Security Center, combines video surveillance, access control, automatic license plate recognition (ALPR), communications and analytics in one unified system.
To receive the certification, Genetec met stringent qualifications set forth by the SAFETY Act of 2002, which aims to encourage the development and deployment of effective anti-terrorism products and services by providing liability protections.
“We take great pride in now having Security Center approved as the only unified security technology platform designated by the SAFETY Act,” Genetec Executive Vice President Alain Côté said in a release. “This U.S. government certification confirms liability protection to Genetec and its customers in the event of a terrorist act and offers further evidence to our government customers that Security Center meets the highest possible quality standards for video surveillance, access control, ALPR, communications and analytics.”
Genetec’s video management system Omnicast has held the same anti-terrorism designation for the last several years.
Dagostino Electronic Services has a longstanding partnership with Genetec and is proud to offer their full line of security products and solutions.
Read more the anti-terrorism certification at genetec.com.
Read more about DES’ full line of security and surveillance solutions at descomm.com/security.