VANCOUVER, BC / CRWEPRESSRELEASE / September 10, 2015 /Viscount Systems, Inc. (OTCMKTS:VSYS) (“Viscount”), a software company specializing in physical and logical security solutions, today announced that Taglich Brothers has initiated analyst coverage on Viscount. Access the complete report.
The Viscount Freedom Access Control Solution is a patented, unified software platform that allows organizations to manage both physical and logical security systems seamlessly and easily. Entirely Web-based, Freedom is an IT-centric physical access control system (PACS) that meets the stringent standards set by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to protect federal facilities and people on premises. Also ideal for enterprise, campus and healthcare environments, Freedom further streamlines security management and access control administration through simplified system audits, and correlated logical and physical databases for increased situational awareness.
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Viscount is the leading provider of next-generation, IT-centric access control and identity management applications. Viscount’s Freedom application platform allows seamless unification of the physical and digital security worlds by replacing discrete, self-contained systems with an integrated security system that is sophisticated enough to protect today’s critical business assets, and flexible enough to keep up with the evolving IT infrastructures of government and private organizations. For more information please visit: www.viscount.com
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