In a recent article, ReconaSense Co-Founder Clayton Brown weighs in on specific ways one can use artificial intelligence to not only respond to, but prevent risks from becoming anything more in everyday life.
With so many moving parts in today’s risk environments, it’s necessary to detect threats early and stop them in their tracks. Clayton discusses four ways AI is already making it possible and efficient to manage physical security risk include:
Uncovering Security Blind Spots
Utilizing an AI-assisted security system to manage and protect the everyday flow of people , assets and buildings assures no threat missed by the human eye goes unnoticed
Transforming Access Control to be Risk-Adaptive
Assuring physical access control systems are well-equipped and prepared to respond to all threats and automatically adjust permissions accordingly, including but not limited to:
- Abnormal events
- Insider threats
- Hazardous situations
Cancelling Out the Noise to Find Real Risk
Limited human attention spans means a limited ability to identify every threat, especially when the security officer is inundated with massive amounts of video footage and cameras to monitor.
Get Ahead of Threats with Intelligence
Too many alarms sent too late, some of which are inaccurate to begin with, causes alarm fatigue. AI assists the security officer to detect early warning signs and reduce false alarms.