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About Glisten Security  


GLISTEN is a team of bright enthusiast professionals who emerged in 2009 with a dream to take Glisten among the top; in providing security system integration solutions in Pakistan. In a span of only three years, we have been able to successfully convert our dream into realism. Thus leaving our competition far behind and that is the result of our zeal for success and unmatched commitment to our customers. 

We do understand customer’s requirements very well and our team of experts is skilled enough to transform those requirements into innovative solutions. Our team is professionally trained and operational with latest techniques, tools and technologies to assist you in your business critical requirements. 


Over a period of time we have gained valuable expertise which enabled us to present integration solutions that other may not. We have the right mix of highly trained Surveillance & Network Engineers, System Analyst Marketing & Sales, Finance and Technical Staff who strengthen our position in the market.



Glisten Security is a nationally recognized company for video surveillanceSecurity Alarm and access control solutions. We are committed to you and recognize that customer service is the key to success. We offer free lifetime technical support100% price match guarantee, and maintain 100% positive feedback. We have no complaints or negative reviews.

We are a team of seasoned executives, technical sales representatives, customer service and engineering staff with expertise in security, surveillance, performance computing, and networking. We employ the latest, innovative technologies to meet your surveillance and security needs.

Unlike many other companies in the market, we are not a fly-by-night or home based drop ship business. We either manufacture our products or buy directly from other manufacturers, which means no middle man and big savings for you! Our 1,200 Sq. warehouse is packed full of video security and surveillance products. Our technical sales staff and support engineers are always available to help you.

If you have any questions about us, our products or processes, please do not hesitate to call us.




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