Transformation is defined as: “(noun) a change in form, appearance, nature or character.” Today, the physical security industry is faced with the fact that digital transformation has redefined business risk.
A new report from the Information Security Forum (ISF) explores the key elements that are integral to optimizing a SOC’s performance, realizing operational efficiency and pursuing innovation, and equips organizations with a practical understanding of how to design, establish and enhance a SOC that is both empowered by the organization, and aligned with business requirements.
Enterprise Guardian™ and Enterprise Sentry™ software with identity intelligence from AlertEnterprise Inc. is an AI-powered technology designed to reduce the time and cost of detecting and resolving risk by automating threat detection across physical, IT and operational systems from one place.
Military veterans transition seamlessly into virtually all types of careers and sectors, but as a U.S. Navy veteran and security training professional for North America’s leading physical security services company, I do believe that the physical security arena can be a match made in heaven for transitioning veterans.
ON DEMAND: Security infrastructures are undergoing a digital transformation with growing adoption of intelligent access control, video surveillance and analytics as well as IoT devices and sensors – generating more data to than ever before. Harnessed properly with artificial intelligence and a risk-based model, this data can be exposed and leveraged to improve life safety, minimize risk and increase operational efficiency.
ON DEMAND: The term “Internet of Things” is becoming increasingly common in the vocabulary of IT and physical security professionals. While IoT may seem like a foreign concept, it’s probably more familiar than you realize. Of the 17.5 million petabytes of data generated by IoT applications, 84% comes from video surveillance! Additional IoT data is generated by integrated security sensors, access control systems and other physical security applications.
ON DEMAND: User experience. You’ve probably heard this term used in reference to some of your favorite apps and devices like Facebook or Twitter, but what does “user experience” have to do with physical security?
Our special report this month features 26 security leaders who are changing the industry, inspiring many and leading with innovation. Security experts discuss the CCPA, public-private relationships, mobile device security and how aware employees can mitigate active shooter events and workplace violence.