American Integrated Security Group Provides New York City Video Surveillance, Security Cameras, & More
National Security Industry Leader AISG Devoted to NYC Security

New York City (NYC) based American Integrated Security Group (AISG) is a national security leader — providing video surveillance, security cameras, surveillance video, and 24-hour central monitoring protection to the nation’s top businesses and retail providers.

Because American Integrated Security Group is based in New York City, the safety and security of New York City businesses, retail outlets, and government entities is paramount. American Integrated Security Group understands the key video surveillance and general security needs that are specific to New York City and areas surrounding the greater NYC area. New York City is a target for the typical threats that face sprawling urban establishments, but also for heightened terrorist activity.

Security solutions for an international epicenter like NYC must include video surveillance, IP video security cameras, and surveillance video accessible via fixed and mobile environments, as well as 24-hour central monitoring as New York City is literally a city that never sleeps.

AISG + NYC = Top Security & Video Surveillance Solutions
American Integrated Security Group offers all of the video surveillance products and services needed for a complete, Turn-Key integration solution for New York City establishments. American Integrated Security Group representatives work around-the-clock so NYC customers can rest assured that assets and employees are safe and secure. AISG maintenance and repair personnel are on call in NYC 24 hours a day, everyday, as a video surveillance solution can never be down for an extended period of time.

Security and video surveillance solutions American Integrated Security Group offers in NYC include:

Interactive Video Surveillance Monitoring – A command and control center prepared for 24/7 interactive remote monitoring of video surveillance as a service to the customers.

Intrusion Detection System – A device or software application that monitors network or system activities for malicious activities or policy violations and produces reports to a management station.

Integrated Services – Strategy aimed to unify the different integration methods used. The objective is to compliment and reinforce the tools used to make a safe and secure video surveillance system.

IP Video Surveillance – IP video surveillance is a type of digital video surveillance camera commonly employed in today’s security environment, which, unlike analog (CCTV) security cameras, can send and receive video surveillance data via a computer network and the Internet.

Perimeter Security – Outdoors mechanical and/or electronic systems conceived to protect the external perimeter of a facility.

Security — Security is the state of being free from danger or threat, which, with today’s technology, is implemented in businesses and organizations via video surveillance, security cameras, access control, alarms, perimeter monitoring, and more.

Security Cameras — Security cameras transmit and record images as part of a video surveillance security system. Security cameras can be IP (which represent the new standard) or analog (CCTV) and typically transmit images to television screens in a monitor station or to the Internet and mobile applications for viewing on computers, smartphones, and tablets.

Access Control – The selective restriction of access to a place or other resource. The act of accessing may mean consuming, entering, or using. Access control is often used in conjunction with a video surveillance solution to provide a comprehensive security solution.