PinPoint Initiative Wins Govie Award

PinPoint Initiative is excited to announce that we have won a 2017 Platinum “Govie” Government Security Award in the user authentication/identification/credentialing and management category. Security Today magazine announced the winners in early April at this year’s ISC West.

The awards, selected by an independent panel of judges from the security industry, commend exceptional government security products in various categories based on certain criteria including features, innovation, user friendliness, interoperability, quality, design, market opportunity, impact in the security industry, technical advances and scalability. The program was launched in 2009 by 1105 Media and became known as The Govies in 2011.

This year’s program saw an increased amount of participators, emphasizing the continuing concern for government security.

The government sector is a strong focus of PinPoint’s many solutions. Its real-time location system (RTLS) technology can be used in situations where high security is imperative to detect mobile devices and track assets, as well as to enhance safety through location alerts and monitoring. PinPoint Initiative has a number of uses within the government sector, including within transportation to inform passengers of changes or closures; for corrections facilities to communicate information to guards and staff; for federal buildings to communicate emerging threats; and many others.
Additionally, the solution’s advanced data analytics make managing emergencies easy: high-level threat identification can be achieved, and engagement and communication is simple and quick. Their access control feature also ensures legitimate authentication and secure credentialing.

Want to learn more about PinPoint Initiative? We’ve got you covered. 


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