The Benefits of Proactive Monitoring

The Benefits of Proactive Monitoring

Dec 30, 2022

In this edition of SecurPod, Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief of Security Today, sits down with industry veteran Kurt Takahashi, CEO of Netwatch Group, and Justin Wilmas, who serves as president of Netwatch North America. They discuss and talk about changes in the video monitoring market and how the company has embraced a proactive plan, which benefits the security dealer market and works in tandem with other security measures to keep the enterprise safe and secure. In addition, they discuss how proactive video monitoring works well in the cannabis vertical because of the cash market in which it is involved.

Duration: 21:11

Kurt Takahashi, Justin Wilmas


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