How to Be the Leader of Your PACS
Address physical access control system consolidation head-on by making security a business enabler.
Are you saddled with a mix of legacy Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) as your company has expanded and grown through mergers and acquisitions — and you’re challenged with figuring out how to integrate various PACS across geographical locations?
If that’s your situation it’s time to think differently and turn that challenge into an amazing opportunity to enhance your security posture and get a seat at the table with critical decision makers. Rather than focus
on PACS consolidation as simply a technical conversion, consider the ways the process can become a true business enabler — with data and information that streamlines security while lowering overall support costs.
Contrary to conventional thinking, consolidation of PACS is not your first and only step. Instead it’s an opportunity to review the entire business process and value of converging your security under a Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM) solution — and watch the budget dollars flow.
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AlertEnterprise is the only unified security and operational systems software platform that consolidates PACS across the enterprise to effectively integrate HR, IT, OT and Physical systems, enabling better security, risk management and business processes.
If you only approach PACS consolidation from a technical perspective, you’ll miss the opportunity to address your organization’s key business requirements and may find it difficult to secure the necessary funding for the process. A better way of approaching the challenge is for enterprise security leaders to review the entire problem with a business-based way of thinking.
Ask the right questions to solve the pacs dilemma
MANUAL CONSOLIDATION gives control to those who may be unfamiliar with advanced and automated migration technologies. Automation simplifies consolidation and ensures compliance with built-in industry specific controls.