- AV Industry, Control & Operations
The world of finance operates on the most precise, up-to-the-second information available across the world, which is why they depend on Haivision visualization systems for their operations centers. Network Operations Centers, Security Operations Centers, and Fraud Detection Centers are all mission-critical, 24/7/365 facilities vital to the financial institutions that employ them. Decision-makers require optimized workflows to negotiate incoming network failures, security breaches, and fraudulent activity alerts. It’s in these spaces that our solutions are front and center.
In a world driven by data, financial organizations rely on the health of their networks. Network Operations Centers (NOCs) empower technicians with the tools and software needed to monitor network statuses and identify issues before they occur.
Financial institutions such as banks utilize robust and detailed security operations. During incidents, it’s at the Security Operations Center (SOC) where intel is analyzed and responses are planned. Regional SOCs can easily push content and data to larger Global Security Operations Centers (GSOCs) for world-wide operations.
Fraudulent activity is best fought when identified as quickly as possible. Banks and financial institutions utilize Haivision visualizations systems so teams can collaborate across a shared operating picture to curtail fraudulent actions with insight driven responses.
All networks within the financial sector must be running at peak condition at all times. In order to protect the stability of these mission-critical centers, our video wall systems are designed with multiple fail safes and redundancies. Backup power supplies and software and hardware routines are designed to keep crucial system functions running in the unlikely event of equipment failure or loss.
In addition, we work hard to keep our systems as secure as possible. In a world full of constant threats, attacks, and intrusions to all varieties of financial systems – you can rest easy knowing the data sent from the Command 360 UI to your web server is encrypted and authenticated using TLS 1.2, ECDHE_RSA with X25519, and AES_256_GCM.