ARES Adds an Adv Behavior Module to AVERT Risk Assess Software

ARES Security (ASC) has unveiled a new Advanced Behavior Module for their AVERT software family.

AVERT software enables customers to optimize their facilities through detailed risks assessments preparing them for any eventuality.

The new module, developed with inputs from the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and Commercial Nuclear clients provides combat simulation enhancements that are extremely useful for ASC customers.

The initial release of the module includes advanced control of specialized agents like snipers, breaching, cover and concealment, and other activities.

AVERT Physical Security adds our Communications Bus, Simulation Controller, an Advanced Behavior Module (1 behavior) and also enables you to load results into your own MS SQL Server Database.

Graphical user interface (GUI) configurations allow users to configure agent behaviors and inter-agent activities in a way that ensures results consistent with the accredited algorithms in AVERT, without requiring scripts to control agent behaviors, which is known to be error prone.

Every addition to AVERT is validated to comply with the requirements and test results of the Verification, Validation and Accreditation process conducted with US DoD and DOE.

ASC continually develops new capabilities for their software against these and other requirements, so their customers can stay ahead of new and developing threats.

AVERT’s Advanced Behavior Module allows for frequent addition of new capabilities.

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The Avert family of products provides customers with the tools to perform state of the art risk & vulnerability assessments on their facilities. The Avert line has multiple versions to suit your needs no matter how big or small your facility may be

New additions this year will simulate the attack plans an adversary could use based on physical protection devices, and the effects of a cyber-attack and its impact it has on these systems.

Different cyber assets can become targets of adversaries or even insiders, modeling the impact a cyber-attack has on a physical attack.

The new module will also enhance drone capabilities.

“These advanced behavior capabilities allow our customers to rapidly evolve with the threat environment,” said John Halsema CTO, ARES Security.

“Cyber and drone capabilities are just two examples of these enhancements, which can now be delivered very rapidly supporting the needs of our customers.”

ARES Security Corporation logoAs the leading enterprise security risk management solutions company, ARES Security safeguards the most complex security systems operated by the defense, nuclear, government, energy, utility, and transportation industries around the world.

ASC’s customers optimize their physical security environments by identifying and quantifying risks, and gain situational awareness by integrating information from a variety of sensors into one common operating platform.

AVERT has received the U.S. Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act certification and accreditation from the U.S. Department of Defense.