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Resilience: Scaling and Tiers

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Scalability is the property of a system to handle a growing amount of work by adding resources to the system.

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Operational Resilience: Using Routing Groups to Automate Response SLAs

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In any team there are individuals with specific tasks—wide receiver, goalie, catcher, and so on. The same can apply to your security team. If your organization is large or covers several...

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SureView: Now One Name Says it All

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Security Response Software Evolved

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Operational Resilience: Sharing and Collaboration

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Not all security events are dramatic or large scale. Let’s take something as simple as an elevator entrapment. Usually, all that happens is that an operator calls someone to fix the...

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To support growth, SureView Systems creates two distinct companies

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Each business will focus on the unique needs of its market and customers

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Resilience: The Design of the SOC’s Interface Makes All the Difference

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One of the biggest challenges in any SOC is deciphering what constitutes an emergency or threat. Centers can quickly become overwhelmed with incoming calls, alarms, doors ajar, lost...

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Resilience: Hot or Cold failover..which one is right for my operation?

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When a failure occurs, modern IT systems often have a "failover" feature that provides the capability to switch over to another set of servers so that users can continue to use the...

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Spread the Load–Alarm Filters Provides Operational Resilience

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Alarm and event traffic can come from a range of different sources, from devices and system alerts, to tips from employees or the public, or requests for service (i.e. security escort late...

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When the Pressure is on Agility Counts

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Being able to quickly adapt to changing circumstances is a key characteristic of any command center operation. Although there is often lots of repetitiveness, the ability for the team to be...

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Resilience: If I have a failover system do I really need backups?

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With hot failover systems, the need for backups is often considered to be less important, as data is replicated to multiple locations. However, having a robust backup procedure in place is...

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