UNICOM Government's Risk and Vulnerability Management capability helps agencies identify and prioritize critical assets and vulnerabilities, determine acceptable levels of risk, assess threats, proactively implement appropriate protection, and measure and enforce compliance.
UNICOM Government's Network Security capability deals with protecting the network and the information transmitted over the network. It consists of identifying security threats and then deploying the most effective set of tools to combat them. Network Security is a multi-layered approach and can consist of various components such as anti-virus, anti-spyware, firewalls, intrusion preventions systems, and Virtual Private Networks to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data.
Physical Security describes measures that prevent or deter attackers from accessing a facility, resource, or information stored on physical media. UNICOM Government's Physical Security capability integrates IP-based security systems and supports them via network, server, and storage infrastructures. UNICOM Government's Physical Security solution includes video surveillance, physical access control, fire/smoke/life safety, intrusion detection systems, and video analytics.
UNICOM Government's Identity Management capability refers broadly to the administration of individual identities within an organization. In enterprise IT, identity management is about establishing and managing the roles and access privileges of individual network users. ID management systems provide IT managers with tools and technologies for controlling user access to critical information within an organization.
UNICOM Government's Mobile Evidence Capture solution is built around the latest digital technology available for supporting public safety initiatives at every level, whether federal, state, or local. The solution extends well beyond the in-car portion of the technology and considers every aspect of an agency's needs, from video capture to long-term video archiving, to video sharing with other agencies. UNICOM Government's approach to designing its Mobile Evidence Capture solution begins with the IT infrastructure and moves outward toward the in‐car component. This approach is born out of the recognition that the IT infrastructure is the most critical component of the solution, because it enables the transfer, management, archiving, retrieval, and sharing of the video and metadata.
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