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  • 1. Firoze Zia Hussain CEO Totem International Ltd [email_address] 00919618621234
  • 2. India Corporate Security Scenario
    • Mumbai blasts - Wake up call for the Indian industry …Leaders have rethink on corporate security policies .
    • Industry decides to work with government on security and governance issues rather than dealing with it as another man’s subject.
    • Indian industry hit by global recession and by image of India as a soft target due to terrorist strikes and now with the Satyam episode as country lacking in good corporate governance policies apart from IP issues .
    • New leadership strategies to overcome and move forward.
    • Foremost concern being safety and security.
    11/22/09
  • 3. India's commercial security woes
    • More to do with the DNA of the security professionals rather than the prevailing threats at presents.
    • Commercial security is the gap filler between the state, servicing the general public and the corporate requirements to protect, preserve and maximize their vested assets.
    • Mindset transformation required
    11/22/09
  • 4. Opportunity-security providers
    • India has a greater divide between the capacity of the government and corporate demands
    • The problem with the current approach is that it is still very ex-military or ex-police driven.
    • The overall global view of India's security remains below par, and this affects everything from investment to trust and relationships.
    • Corporations want business enablers with sound competent business managers first and security managers second, not professional inhibitors or someone living in the ancient past from their days in the military/police.
    11/22/09
  • 5. Security to be cost effective or mitigation solution based
    • Despite the oversight and protection mandate of security professionals, very few are actually adequately checked to ensure they meet the corporate needs and technical requirements
    • In developed countries the escalation of cost for security begins with policy, then technical measures and manpower last.
    • In developed countries, policy, manpower and then technical solutions are the prescribed route for a number of reasons but largely due to the reality that manpower is cheaper than technical measures and therefore dominates the solution options.
    11/22/09
  • 6. 11/22/09
  • 7. VALUE ADD and corporate security debate
    • Any investment needs to be validated by VALUE ADD it brings in
    • Security is viewed as necessary expense.
    • Companies today making a business case
    • From utilizing security devices and systems to protect life and property (assets),
    • To helping improve productivity, assist with training, and decrease losses
    11/22/09
  • 8. ROI With Security Technology
    • Is the new line of merchandise displayed prominently in the front of the store? Do I need more lunch staff on Thursdays and Fridays? Are my employees being honest about their hours worked?
    • A security director can view and download footage of an incident online in one city without having to make the roundtrip to pull the incident from the DVR.
    • Remote access can potentially save a business in fleet expenses, travel expenditures, and time and resource management.
    • Be in multiple places at one time. A win-win for all parties anytime, anywhere access
    • Funding is now coming from the customer’s IT, sales and marketing .
    • Convergence opens new ROI opportunities for security providers, who are investing R&D dollars to position themselves at the forefront of the convergence revolution.
    11/22/09
  • 9. 11/22/09
  • 10.
    • Criminals and Terrorists are increasingly
    • Tech-Savvy.
    • Are We Ready?
    11/22/09
  • 11. SMART ORGANISATIONS
    • Make onsite security personnel more efficient.
    • Having a security guard stare at a bank of monitors for an extended period of time is an ineffective way to detect crime or suspicious activity. The result is “surveillance information overload.”
    • Cannot humanly process that much information fast enough to prevent or even be effective at minimizing theft or vandalism.
    • Smart organizations are making their security personnel more efficient by integrating video with security control so that video is pushed directly to security guard’s monitor, PDA or cell phone.
    11/22/09
  • 12. INTEGRATED SECURITY APPROACH STAFF TRAINING Technology INTEGRATION RECRUITMENT METHODOLOGY ON SITE OFF SITE TRAINING HARDWARE & SOFTWARE SHARING OF CRIME DATA MULTI DISCIPLINARY/ DIVERSITY APTITUDE TEST CONTINUOUS GLOBAL APPROACH DIGITAL EVIDENSE COLLECTION High Tech Crimes Task Force LEGISLATION/ ENFORCEMENT PROSECUTION/ FUNCTIONAL CONSULTANTS FOR INTEGRATION SECURITY COMPETENCY MATRIX
  • 13. TRAINING SECURITY investigation GLOBAL INTEGRATION LEGISLATION CASE Management PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Strategy & Planning PROSECUTION
  • 14. A Balanced Approach to Security
    • New exciting technologies and service offerings aside, security providers should never lose sight of primary objective of asset safety.
    • Technology gains have created new opportunities
    • Security needs to continue to grow to become a viable and competent technical skill such as medicine, law, engineering and the like.
    11/22/09
  • 15. PUBLIC AWARENESS IN SECURITY INTEGRATION ACTIVITY THE – VITAL LINK
  • 16.
    • THANK YOU
    • Totem Intl is large distributor of security products and is looking forward to have tie up in all sector s for selling the products whether gloves or electronic security or other products
    • [email_address]
    • 00919618621234
    11/22/09
  • 17. Urgent requirements
    • Explosive Detector (ED)
    • Non Linear Junctions Detector (NLJD)
    • Minesweeper (Deep Search Metal Detector)
    • Buster (Density Meter)
    • Mini Remotely Operated Vehicle (MROV)
    • Portable Fibro Scope System (with Hand Held Video Monitor)
    • Bomb Blanket & Safety Ring
    • X-Ray Baggage Inspection System (Tunnel size 1x1 mtrs.)
  • 18. Urgent requirements
    • Long Handle HHMD
    • Bullet Proof Helmets
    • Collapsible DFMD
    • Telescopic/Extension mirror
    • Prodder Rod/Sled
    • DFMD (Single Zone)
    • Bomb suit
    • Cameras ptz