Security Technology Executive

SEP-OCT 2017

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32 SECURIT Y TECHNOLOGY E XECUTIVE • September/October 2017 • www. SECURED CITIES F acial recognition, biometrics, deep learning, the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence and robotics. These are just some of the many trends and themes today's leaders — in various security, IT and business positions — are evalu- ating as part of the growing idea of the "connected world." The IoT revolves around increased machine- to- machine communication; it's built on cloud comput- ing and networks of data-gathering sensors; it's mobile, virtual and instantaneous — all things today 's businesses and business leaders look to incorporate daily to further streamline operations and effi- ciency. The IoT is projected to grow at a rapid rate, making various How New Technologies and Convergence Enhance Situational Awareness Mitigating risk requires organizations to generate actionable intelligence from all collected data points By Ayal Vogel The fusion of technolog y and internal leadership creates a surplus of information and users seek to gain more insights from this combined data to enhance security and business operations alike. Image Courtesy of

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