The 2022 Cloud Security Alert Fatigue Report from Orca Security found that 55% of cybersecurity teams have missed critical security alerts due to alert overload and ineffective security prioritization.
Artificial intelligence-enabled video surveillance is being used to streamline field-level operations and manage healthcare facilities in a cost-effective way, while adding a layer of security and safety.
Smart video surveillance with artificial intelligence-enabled analytics can allow security leaders to gain efficiencies in response times, investigations and incident detection across healthcare organizations, all while protecting privacy and reducing false alarms.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology seems poised to enhance nearly every aspect of our lives. The security industry is no exception where we see AI-based object detection and classification providing analytics with increasingly reliable data. One of the chief benefits is the reduction of false alarms, and the ability to finally reap the benefits analytics have promised for security and business intelligence.
Technology advancements for data, artificial intelligence (AI), and computing provide an opportunity for security teams to make screening both more effective and efficient, and to improve the detection of concealed weapons.
Harris County, Texas, the third most populous county in the U.S., is deploying a new, next-generation security system in its buildings that will help make them more efficient and easier to operate. The new system replaces multiple, disparate systems by integrating access control, security cameras, alarms and monitoring across the county’s nearly 150 buildings situated over 1,777 square miles in Houston and the surrounding areas.
Is your organization struggling with false alarms? If so, consider artificial intelligence-based video analytics using machine learning technology to spot and virtually eliminate false alarms. But before selecting an advanced analytic software offering, ask yourself these seven questions.
On Demand Our modern-day readiness regarding the active shooter threat has created an alarming operational phenomenon that many institutions are inadvertently subjected to - the active shooter false alarm event.