Security technology can be an incredible asset for your daily operations, but the data it generates also brings clarity to future needs. Process improvements, program changes, establishment of metrics and funding requests become more strategic when built on a foundation of intelligence.
While intelligence is sometimes not the primary goal of implementing technology into a security program, it is often its most valuable result. Among other things, technology captures and stores relevant data, and then presents it in intuitive views. Filtering, sorting and grouping data leads to measuring, trending and quantifying – which delivers actionable information. That intelligence supports security strategy and enables optimized security officer deployments, precise post orders, directives for specific threats and countermeasure deployment to enhance security in areas where it is needed most.