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Verint Executives Nominated for Security Industry Leadership Award

We are pleased to announce that Kevin Wine, Vice President of Marketing for Verint Video and Situation Intelligence, and Matt Tengwall, Vice President and General Manager of Security and Cyber Solutions for Banking and Retail Markets for Verint, are nominees for the 2016 Physical Security Industry Influencers Award. Presented by Security.World, the award honors the […]

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Communication and Collaboration Key To Keeping Us Safe in an Unsafe World

The recent tragedy at The Pulse nightclub added an extra dimension to the Association of Public Safety Officials (APCO) Annual Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida this week. More than 2,500 registered attendees are here with just under 300 exhibiting companies. APCO is the premier industry event for public safety communicators and has been since […]

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Video Analytics Comes of Age…

Imagining the future of technology is exciting. I remember watching “Oceans 13” and “CSI” years ago, and thinking that the age in which security technologies would reach this level of advancement was far beyond the industry’s reach. At that point, video analytics was in its infancy, going through a ‘beta’ stage, if I may call […]

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Customers Gather for Engage 2016 Global Customer Conference

The 2016 Engage Global Customer Conference in Chicago is underway! We’re delighted to welcome users of solutions and services from Verint as well as the latest additions to our family of companies—Telligent and Contact Solutions. More than 1,200 attendees from around the world have gathered at the Hilton Chicago on magnificent Michigan Avenue—representing over 15 […]

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How Vulnerable is Your Brand?

Terms such as ATM skimming, identity theft, data breaches, scams, kiting, and phishing are becoming all too prevalent in today’s society. In just the last five years we’ve seen large, well-known retail and financial services organizations attacked by hackers and other nefarious individuals looking to steal personal information, transactional data or even funds from those […]

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Bright Lights Big City: Security is All About the Big Picture

As the world of information grows, so does our need to make conscious, informed and smart decisions. These decisions directly impact safety, a critical component to the operation of any metropolis. Cities today face increased challenges when it comes to safety objectives and the protection of people, property and assets.  Therefore, it is more important […]

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Convergence: The Big Pivot for Financial Security

All you need to do is open a magazine, turn on the news or walk the floor of an industry tradeshow to know that the security landscape is changing.  In previous years security was limited to the protection of physical assets and people—but that is no longer the case.  A convergence is underway that will […]

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Tech Neglect: The Cost of Doing Nothing

Like many other industries driven by technology, the security industry is seeing an enormous amount of change. From technology innovation to the growing sophistication of criminal activity, organizations in both the public and private sector are looking for ways to address a growing number of threats.   Additionally, the rapid pace of this change is […]

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Breaking Down Silos To Mitigate Risk

Breaking down silos is the name of the game in almost any business environment these days. The financial market is no different. In our last financial industry blog, we examined the changing nature of risk in the financial market, as well as some of the factors that create new threats to the safety of banks, […]

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Connecting the Data Points for Better Response

The volume, velocity and variety of data are increasing like never before, so how do we take this data and turn it into actionable intelligence? I’ll share an example where a tragedy might have been prevented had the pieces of the data puzzle been put together. In February 2010, Andrew Joseph Stack III, crashed a […]

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