Integrated Security Solutions
For 21st Century Challenges
Delex Fairfax Integrated Security Systems provides Advanced Security needs to Private and Public Enterprises who are serious about protecting their Work places, Offices, Networks, Information Tecnology, and Critical Infrastructure.


The security industry is becoming increasingly software focused and there is a significant gap in the marketplace. IP enabled access control and video surveillance systems are quickly eclipsing analog devices. Traditional security integrators have little to no expertise or experience working with software and doing integration in an IT environment. And, conversely, traditional software application development companies have no knowledge of security or experience working in the electronic security industry

Delex-Fairfax Integrated Security Systems was formed to take advantage of this discontinuity. Management has a powerful track record of executing large, complex contracts in both physical and information technology contracts. We focus on servicing the client's security across a broad spectrum of technologies and disciplines. Our business strategy is to provide a holistic, integrated "All Source" approach to our clients' security needs.

We serve the following vertical Security Markets
Government
  • Department of Defense
  • Department of Energy
  • Other Government Agencies
Financial Services
  • Banks
  • Insurance Companies
  • Brokerage Houses
Critical Infrastructure
  • Nuclear facilities
  • Power Plants
  • Water Supplies
  • Petrochemical Operations
    Transportation
  • Ports
  • Airports
  • Railroads
Energy
  • Exploration
  • Production
  • Distribution
Commercial
  • Office Buildings
  • Data Centers
  • Education (K-12 + Higher Education)
  • Healthcare
Data Security Statistics
  • Customer data compromises costs companies as much as $50 million. Direct costs incurred by a company alone average $5 million per incident.
  • On average, each record lost cost companies $140.
  • 81% of companies surveyed have experienced the loss of one or more laptops containing sensitive data over the past 12 months.
  • 64% of some 500 data-security pros surveyed admit that their companies have never performed an inventory to determine the location of customer or employee info.
  • Security breaches at businesses accounted for 30% of 2005 identity-fraud cases, while 30% were the result of consumers' lost or stolen wallets and checkbooks; nefarious friends and family, 15%; stolen mail, 9%; and attacks and scams targeting home computers, 9%.