D3 Security Releases White Paper on Incident Reporting Systems
D3 Security Management Systems, Inc., a developer of security management software, has released its latest white paper, “The Top 10 Features to Look for in an Incident Reporting System.”
The paper provides the most important items a company should consider—as well as avoid—when searching for an incident management system. Its purpose is to allow readers to make an informed decision on the solution that’s right for them as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
Among other helpful tips, the white paper details the importance of features like web access and data capturing in the implementation of incident reporting systems. It also points out things to avoid, including software that takes too much time and money to set up or systems that require a great deal of customization by the end user. For each, the paper explains exactly why that particular element should be welcomed or avoided.
D3 Security’s incident reporting software provides top-tier workflow capabilities that allow for automated communication between personnel and departments within an organization. Its systems are very flexible, meaning that end users can depend on them for the quick and efficient handling of all types of security issues.
“Our company strives to not only be a leading provider of security solutions for organizations across North America, but also a thought leader in our field,” Benoit said. “It is our goal to help educate all types of users so they know what to look for in an incident management system.”
“The Top 10 Features to Look for in an Incident Reporting System” is free and available for download by bloggers, organizations and anyone who is interested in learning more about finding a reliable security incident reporting solution. A PDF version may be downloaded at http://www.d3security.com/incident_reporting_system-top_10_features_to_look_for.pdf.
About D3 Security: Founded in 2002, D3 Security provides data-driven decision making designed to manage the security, governance, risk management and compliance functions of organizations in a wide range of industries. Its systems provide the most advanced incident reporting software, computer-aided dispatch (CAD), security post orders, security guard tour patrol system, and investigation case management systems available on the market. For more information, visit http://www.D3Security.com.
Name: Colin Brown
Organization: D3 Security Management Systems, Inc.
Address: 1173 North Service Road W.
Postal Code: L6M 2W1
Tel No. 1 800-608-0081
Fax: 516 762 8071
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