Mitie Security has launched a Global Security Operations service to bring together the division’s entire suite of industry-leading technology solutions.
The company said the service offers a tech-smart and seamless way for businesses to keep their premises, people and customers safe and secure.
It will deliver real-time intelligence gathered by Mitie’s Global Security Operations Centre (GSOC) through a dedicated app. The app is powered by Mitie’s exclusive Merlin Protect 24/7 software, which continually analyses clients’ risks, automatically sharing real-time trend analysis.
By connecting innovative technology with security professionals and decision-makers, Mitie says the service enables an agile approach to security, giving customers access to enhanced intelligence and specific guidance, allowing them to deploy security teams rapidly on the ground to address threats.
In addition, the GSOC service will also enable Mitie’s sector-leading risk, assurance and resilience specialists to analyse trends, risks and threats to customers and enable them to implement robust security strategies.
The service will support businesses to work more effectively with police forces to identify and combat regional or national issues. By using data analytics tools, Mitie is able to create a true picture of criminal activity across any geography, sector or business, to identify repeat offenders of organised crime and develop case file management. Clients can opt into intelligence sharing networks to amplify these benefits for businesses, the police, and the wider community.
Barrie Millett, director of assurance at Mitie Security, who joined Mitie in April, having previously worked in senior security and resilience roles for several large organisations, including E.ON and GE, leads the service. GSOC service has been launched alongside a new website to showcase the new service, www.mitie-gso.com
Jason Towse, managing director of Mitie business services, said: “In the security industry, isolated data is not enough – having access to the latest intelligence, coupled with guidance that is quickly actioned on the ground, is essential to staying one step ahead of potential threats. ”
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