Verint has been recognised as Physical Security Intelligence Solutions Company of the Year following a study by Frost & Sullivan.
Verint has been recognised as Physical Security Intelligence Solutions Company of the Year – the recipient of an award by Frost & Sullivan.
Verint won the award in the physical security intelligence solutions category, with the company’s innovative approach in the field of physical security intelligence being noted.
The Frost & Sullivan recognition celebrates the mission-critical security needs of today’s security organisations.
Danielle VanZandt, industry analyst, Frost & Sullivan, said:
“As organisations continue to demand converged business intelligence, IT and security platforms, Verint serves
as a trusted partner to its customers by helping connect their physical and cyber security operations…Through our independent research, we determined that
Verint’s technology is pivotal in helping customers leverage large data volumes in a more effective manner to
help them respond faster and more efficiently to situations. Verint’s experience and domain expertise, as well as
its vision for the future, solidifies it as a prominent and reliable partner in today’s ever-advancing and competitive
Visionary innovation and performance, and customer impact are the deciding criteria for recognition by Frost & Sullivan.
The Verint Situational Awareness Platform comes inherent flexibility, ease of integration and support for advanced security intelligence solutions, simplifying command and control environments for customers and putting unmatched situational insight and responsiveness at their command.
Physical security intelligence solutions from Verint can help enable organisations to gather crucial insights to anticipate, respond and take action in ways that advance their strategic efforts. The company’s long-term vision for the future security operations center uses an open architecture that integrates diverse cyber and physical security sub-systems and applies intelligent analytics across multiple domains. A key component of this strategy is the Verint Situational Awareness Platform that is designed to modernise security functions within the enterprise by automating critical duties and gathering and applying valuable intelligence to improve efficiency.