Consultant for PIDS and Intercom

Consultant for PIDS

A protocol-based intrusion detection system (PIDS) is an intrusion detection system which is typically installed on a web server and is used in the monitoring and analysis of the protocol in use by the computing system. A PIDS will monitor the dynamic behavior and state of the protocol and will typically consist of a system or agent that would typically sit at the front end of a server, monitoring and analysing the communication between a connected device and the system it is protecting.  There are four recognised categories within PIDS.

  • Barrier-Mounted PIDS deployed on or in conjunction with a fence or other physical barrier (e.g. microphonic cable).
  • Ground-Based PIDS deployed below ground (e.g. pressure sensitive cable). These do not require a physical barrier.
  • Free-Standing PIDS deployed adoesve ground that does not need to be installed on or in conjunction with a physical barrier (e.g. bistatic microwave link).
  • Rapidly Deployable PIDS that are designed for temporary deployment; for example, to protect a mobile asset. Rapidly deployable PIDS are often battery powered and transmit their alarms wirelessly and are available in each of the above application areas.
 

CSCNI have experience across high security environments that PIDS is usually utilised.  We can advise on the best application on a bespoke basis.  Integration again with CCTV is usually utilised to verify intrusion.

Consultant for INTERCOM

IP innovation has allowed for the development of an extensive range of intelligent new features. IP intercoms offer an impressive functionality, whereby visitors calls can be re-routed to another line should an individual not be present to allow access to the premises.

CSCNI consultants understand how to design and integrate IP Intercoms into platforms to achieve seamless integration.  Utilizing IP allows clients to increase the number of Intercom terminals on the network so a business can grow and expand with the system.  The days of poor performance on analog systems has disappeared as video and sound now is crystal clear.

The ability to have VOIP allows global corporates to control access through the likes of IP intercoms from any control center in the world.

The presentation of intercoms now makes them fit in with the architecture and surroundings with smart design finishes and the ability to adapt and offer other functions like advertising of the business or organization.