D3 Security receives Lenel Factory certification
D3 Security has received factory certification from Lenel Systems International and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). D3 Security’s D3 ONE enterprise security platform interfaces with Lenel’s OnGuard access control system so that events in OnGuard trigger the seamless passing of critical-event and cardholder data to D3 ONE in the form of a dispatch record.
June 12, 2014 By Staff
This enables operators or pre-configured standard operating procedures to complete the corrective action workflow through D3 ONE’s built-in dispatching, incident-reporting, case management, guard tour and physical security information management (PSIM) solutions.
When an OnGuard access event occurs, D3 ONE instantly displays an alert on its dispatch dashboard and plots a flashing geolocated icon on D3 ONE’s Google Maps PSIM interface. The operator can then dispatch responding resources, view associated surveillance footage, escalate to an incident report or investigation and perform trending and analysis on the event—all with just a few clicks from the initial dispatch alert. Standard operating procedure workflows can also be set up to further automate task assignment, notifications and record keeping, eliminating the need for costly human oversight and ensuring compliant security management practices for all facilities and scenarios.
“D3 Security has completed the required factory testing at Lenel to validate the functionality of its D3 ONE interface. D3 ONE can document, analyze and respond to specific access events from OnGuard,” said Gidon Lissai, director of strategic alliances, Lenel.
“D3 Security is proud to partner with Lenel in order to provide an end-to-end solution for dispatching, incident reporting, investigations and PSIM that is fully integrated with the OnGuard access control system,” said Gordon Benoit, president, D3 Security. “The benefit to the security industry is clear: With this turnkey, factory-supported solution, D3 ONE can process an OnGuard access event, determine its root cause, apply corrective action and perform trend analysis that can help organizations further standardize security practices, enact better countermeasures and extract maximum business intelligence from their physical security systems, at a single site or enterprisewide.”
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