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In the News

July, 2016 - Case Study-Supporting Evidence for the Nomination of the Emergency Management Communication Tool (EMCT)

Feb 8, 2016 - www.canadiansecuritymag.com - Toronto Upgrades to web-based incident management system

Feb 2, 2016 - City of Toronto chooses DisasterLAN as their crisis management system

Dec 8, 2015 - DisasterLAN FutureShield Incident Management Case Study - Pan Am Parapan Am Games | Toronto, 2015

June 30, 2015 - DisasterLAN Successfully Implemented by Alberta's Emergency Management Agency

Mar. 10, 2015 - Buffalo Computer Graphics DisasterLAN System implemented in time for Toronto 2015 Pan American & Parapan American Games (PPAG)

Jan. 20, 2015 - Cynthia Weeden, President of FutureShield, will be speaking at the National Public Alerting Summit 2015 in Edmonton, AB - Feb. 18 & 19

Nov., 26 2014- In an Emergency, every second Counts! Today, Text Messages and Radio Broadcasts are being tested with Bruce Power, Municipality of Kincardine, and TELUS

August, 2014- City of London trains with XVR

July, 2014 - DisasterLAN for University of British Columbia's Emergency Management

Security Operations - protect people, property, and processes

You are entrusted with the security and protection of the people, physical assets, privacy of information at your organization

The responsibilities of a security manager include evaluating risks, putting mitigations in place to lower potential risks, and responding to and documenting incidents. Evaluating the information gained from incidents, and then implementing countermeasures to reduce the threat of another incident from happening again, is also part of the role of a security manager. Thefts, burglaries, assaults, violent incidents, workplace violence, accidents and other urgent or traumatic events are just some of the challenges for which a Security Operations Manager must prepare. It goes far beyond cameras, guns, gates, and guards. They must provide leadership and support to their team and the leaders of the organization. Their job includes physical threat risk assessments, incident reporting and metric analysis, security resource management, and they oversee security staff while ensuring necessary compliance to industry standards.

Modern technology now offers the security operations manager tools and resources to provide timely, relevant and necessary information to help decision makers respond during an incident. It offers mass notification so they can alert people of in danger and how to proceed. It helps manage officer schedules to improve productivity and profitability. It will collect and organize data to help managers ensure compliance and mitigate risks. It is customizable and scalable to grow and provide you with the needs of your organization. It offers virtual reality training for an enhanced experience during an exercise to better prepare for an incident. During a real event, it offers interoperability across various agencies for improved communication.

But there is no single technology that provides everything for everyone. You have a vision on how your security operations centre should perform, but how do you get started? How do you put it all together? What solutions are necessary to make this vision a reality?

Futureshield works together with you to bring together the right software solutions to meet the needs of your organization, and support you in your daily operations as a security manager.

TOPICS RELATED to SECURITY OPERATIONS

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Training

  • Virtual reality training tool for command, control and communication skills training
> XVR

Incident Management

  • Track and report on security incidents
> D3

Facility Security Management

  • Tools to maximize efficiency and effectiveness
> Site Secure

Key Storage

  • Maximum secure storage and drop box units
> KeyKeeper

Integration

  • Integrated management system for security operations centres
> Octopus