Software House has announced the integration of Ticto’s innovative security wearables into the powerful C•CURE 9000 security and event management platform from Software House to enable continuous visual security awareness and engagement.
Once an unauthorized person enters a building – through tailgating, social engineering or other methods – there are traditionally not many access control measures to prevent that person from entering sensitive areas. Making authorization continuously visible empowers employees to take part in the protection of their organization. It creates an environment that – at a glance – can be verified as safe and secure.
Ticto Badgeholders can also be used to enforce visitor policies. Authorized visitors are visible to everybody. The visitor can be tethered to the host: if the visitor wanders off, the Badgeholder will indicate this through flashing red light, and the host will be notified.
Ticto acts as a seamless layer on top of C•CURE 9000. User data and access control policies all stay in C•CURE 9000. When an authorized person badges at the entrance of an area secured by Ticto, a highly secured Ticto Gateway activates the person’s wearable.
With the My Ticto App, employees can flag emergencies, security incidents or suspicious behaviors, or receive push-notifications from security staff.