ISSI’s core competence in delivering advanced solutions is directly attributed to the experience and expertise of the company’s founders, technical staff, and consultants. Our solution architects have been pioneers in providing cutting-edge innovations to the security industry for many years. Following are some of the notable breakthroughs and accomplishments of our core engineering staff prior to joining ISSI:

The design and deployment of the first fully redundant “Online Banking” system based on Microsoft Cluster and SNA servers in 1999. The solution was later adopted and deployed by major financial institutions throughout US as the gold standard for providing customers with real-time secure access to their bank accounts from their personal computers.

The design and development of a fully tamper-resistant Biometric credential/badge for TSA considerations (later known as TWIC) in 2001. The solution was later adopted and deployed in many projects domestically and internationally.

An advanced credentialing system design for “Multipurpose National ID Card” in 2004 based on the MULTOSE smart card operating system using a single chip with integrated biometrics to be deployed as a National ID card that securely coexisted with other applications for managing healthcare records, Driver’s License, ATM and credit card transactions autonomously. The solution was later adopted and deployed to issue over 20 million National ID cards in the Middle East.

The development of interoperability specification for the “Registered Traveler” program in 2006. As part of a panel to write the standards, the proposed sections of this specification were accepted and incorporated into a comprehensive document published by the committee working on RTIC Technical Interoperability Specification for DHS/TSA and later adopted by TSA for use in the existing DHS Trusted Traveler Program and TSA Pre.

An advanced design for a collaborative decision management system in 2006 where the “Common Operational Picture” was delivered to decision makers in the Command and Control Center through collaboration of all available sensors and related information while maintaining an autonomous environment for the integrity of each participating agency’s operational procedures.

The design was later adopted by NYMTA for the integration of CCTV, Access Control, Biometrics, Video Analytics and other integrated security technologies through a single incident management application for use by multiple agencies in New York City.