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Helping businesses with the reopening process



In 2012, the manufacturing industry first heard the term “Industry 4.0.” It was the harbinger of a change also known as the “4th industrial revolution”.  In the smart factories of the modern age, processes are increasingly automated, systems and facilities analyze themselves, and connected AI monitoring programs communicate with each other and their human co-workers.  This enables faster, smoother processing that frees the human participants for tasks that require a human touch.

G4S' newly published Latin America Emerging Travel Risks 2019 report provides analysis of major emerging trends impacting the region’s top business and travel destinations to enable organizations to deploy risk-mitigation strategies to protect their employees and assets. Using open and proprietary sources, the intelligence analyst team from G4S’ recently launched Risk Operations Center (ROC) produced the report, delivering regional and country specific insights into geopolitical climate, security considerations that can supplement organizational risk strategy.


Organizations need to understand a security program should not only be measured on its ability to respond to alarms or prevent incidents, but also by how it can deliver information that can help digitally transform processes, drive change, increase productivity, and improve the customer experience.

End-user needs are changing because the dynamics of how organizations function are changing. Companies are forced to use the cost down approach and do more with less. What does that mean?

In this article Rachelle Loyear discusses the top skills that strategic security leaders must cultivate and develop in order to lead a successful risk-based business management program.

Ultimately, an open control panel can integrate with any access control software once the API is provided. This new way of doing business means that even the biggest competitors could become technology partners if the end user chooses to install a system that way. Take a minute for that to sink in. Imagine partnering with your biggest competitor?

Looking at the evolution of security officer processes, it’s evident that technology is being implemented into daily tasks more and more often, requiring the technical knowledge to operate these devices and software. 

The security landscape has evolved and new threats have emerged for organizations. Security teams need to do more with their systems to keep their employees, assets and building secure.