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Intergrated Security Manufacturing (ISM), the designer and manufacturer of Integrated Security Management Systems (ISMS), showcased its products as part of Nukleas, a new consortium, for the first time at the invite-only Security & Policing exhibition for international customers at Farnborough earlier this month.
Steve Smith, Managing Director of ISM, pictured at the stand, said after the event: “The high-end security market is precisely the right target for our ISMS, Genesys. Nukleas means all the members are able to offer international firms something fresh and exciting that has not been available before. Historically, innovation from UK manufacturers has been highly regarded internationally, and the Nukleas consortium takes this to the next level – from showcasing products to promoting solutions. International end users can quickly see how their risks can be mitigated with a coordinated and integrated command and control solution for multiple security and safety requirements.”
The other companies in the consortium are AMG, Capita, Digital Barriers, Seequestor, 360 Vision and Wavesight.
In 2019, ISM reports that it’s celebrating the 30th birthday; the company says that its Genesys ISMS product goes beyond PSIM to offer scale, redundancy and ease of use for operators of critical national infrastructure. ISM recently received formal notification from the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) that Genesys has met the CPNI standard for CAPSS.
Nukleas adds that it’s supported by the UK Government’s Department for International Trade – Secretary of State for International Trade, Liam Fox, visited the stand – and is formed of UK security companies, each with a record of solutions to the emergency services and critical national infrastructure in the UK and abroad.