Security Products Announces Winners of 2012 Govies Government Security Awards

Security Products magazine, the only integrated product magazine reaching the entire security market, today announced the winners of its 2012 “Govies” Government Security Awards, which honor outstanding government products in a variety of categories.

The Security Products’ Government Security Awards were launched in 2009. With 53 entries this year, participation grew 40 percent over 2011. The winning entries earn the opportunity to display their products in the Govies booth (#2725) at GovSec -- the Government Security Conference & Expo featuring the U.S. Law Enforcement Conference & Expo, which will be held April 2-4 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. 

The judges narrowed down the 2012 submissions to those achieving top status in each category. Platinum and Gold designations within the categories will be announced at GovSec. The winning entries are:

Access Control
• Monitor Dynamics, Trusted FICAM Platform
• Quantum Secure, SAFE for Government

Fire/Life Safety
• AtHoc, IWSAlerts emergency mass notification solutions
• Blackline GPS, Loner IS
• Gamewell-FCI, E3 Series mass notification system
• NOTIFIER, ONYX FirstVision

Cloud Computing/Storage
• Brivo, ACS CloudPASS
• Intransa, VideoAppliance
• Pivot3, vSTAC Watch

Homeland Security
• AlertEnterprise, Critical Infrastructure Protection
• Blackline GPS, Flat Track
• Proximex, SurveillintTM

IP Video Surveillance Cameras
• Axis Communications, Q6035-E PTZ Dome Network Camera
• Brickcom, VD-130N
• DRS Technologies, WatchMaster® IP Elite
• Sony, XIS Wide Area Monitoring Solution

IT Software/Hardware
• BeyondTrust, PowerBroker product suite
• G4S, Risk360
• Intergraph Government Solutions EdgeFrontier® v6.1
• Viewfinity Privilege Management

Mobile Security Apps
• Codebench, OMNICheck® Plus with PACS registration
• Video Insight, VI Mobile

Network Security
• Belkin International Inc., Advanced Secure DVI-I KVM Switch
• Referentia Systems Inc., LiveActionTM V2.31
• RSA, NetWitness

Perimeter Security
• Axis Communications, Q1602-E Network Camera
• Bosch, NEI-30 Infrared Imager
• Delta Scientific DSC2000
• Delta Scientific MP5000 portable vehicle barricade system
• FutureSentry, First Responder
• HGH Infrared Systems, IR Revolution 360

Video Management Systems
• Milestone Systems, XProtect Smart Client 7
• Video Insight, IP video surveillance V5.0

Wireless Security
• MicroPower Technologies, Rugged-iTM
• Videofied, XTO, cordless outdoor intrusion alarm

“We’re pleased to announce that we had numerous outstanding entries in our 2012 Govies program,” said Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief of Security Products. “I am looking forward to showcasing the winning products at GovSec.” 

In addition to being honored at GovSec, the winners will be featured on the Security Products website, security-today.com, and highlighted in a future issue of Security Products magazine. The magazine is distributed to more than 65,000* subscribers monthly, as well as at trade events such as GovSec.

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