We provide software to the world’s leading security monitoring providers, and central stations that monitor their own.
Find out more about how we support Security Integrators, Wholesale Alarm Monitoring, and Proprietary Central Stations
IBS in the news
Find out what others say about IBS. Below is a list of recently published articles about our company, our staff, and our products.
SSI has published our white paper on the some of the implications of SBN Cloud on the central station monitoring industry. The whole Central Stations eBook is well worth a read on the implications of the new UL827 standard on the industry.
Our two newest products, SBN Cloud and Safe and Secure have been selected for the ESX 2015 Innovation Awards. This prestigious award recognizes the best products in the Industry. IBS were one of only four companies to win multiple awards, and has been further selected to participate in the TechVision challenge.
Thoroughly enjoyed our panel session on central station technology at ESX https://t.co/r0RA2Tr0eR
CSAA Signature Webinar: UL 827 Understanding the Newly Revised Central-Station Alarm Services Standard http://t.co/GuOXkC8ryB
Rodney has a very good point. A one stop shop with vendor partners is where IBS is heading. http://t.co/pCmiZFO4wY
Get in touch with us at one of the following events that we will be attending. If you would like to set an appointment get in touch.
Jens Kolind will be attending the inaugural Cloud+ seminar, contributing his knowledge of Central Station cloud based automation solutions. Please contact us if you would like to meet with him discuss your central station could benefit from the redundancy and security offered by a cloud based solution.
In January 2015 UL awarded its first-ever Central Station Host Services certification to SBN Cloud. We believe it is now cost-effective to set up a UL certified central station with as little as 600 accounts and even fewer with an existing 24/7 operations center.
This white paper explores how this can be true and look at some of the implications that this may have on the monitoring industry as a whole.
SBN Cloud operates from two data centers located in the US, one in Dallas, and one in Virginia. UL requires an equivalently secure and redundant infrastructure be created within the central station housing operators.
This white paper describes the equivalent technology infrastructure at the Central Station to meet the UL 827 requirements.
From meeting the licensing requirements for multiple jurisdictions, to dealing with a global yet internal clientele whose first priority may not be security, proprietary monitoring presents unique challenges.
In this webinar, security leaders from two international corporations and Jens Kolind discuss how to meet the challenges of proprietary monitoring head on for a successful operation.