SP&T News

News ID Systems & Supplies Video Surveillance
How AI software helps GSCOS solve problems, Hakimo

Hakimo also mentioned that that by 2030, AI will have a 45 per cent impact on economic gains and contribute $15.7 trillion to the economy. 


March 30, 2022
By SP&T Staff

MENLO PARK— Hakimo has introduced an AI software designed to function like an  assistant for Global Security Operations Centres. The company says the software will help reduce false alarms,  identify threats and detect breaches like tailgating.

According to the company’s announcement, GSOCs were previously unable to monitor these sorts of threats at a large scale. Furthermore, Hakimo stated that GSOC operators tend to have difficulties distinguishing between identifying real threats from false alarms. As a result of these difficulties, real breaches are “frequently” missed according to Hakimo.

Monitoring for tailgating is another use-case for AI-powered automation in GSOCs.  AI software can detect tailgating without requiring any additional hardware, enabling companies to add tailgating detection to every door in the enterprise. According to Hakimo, AI software can also provide employee behaviour change tools to solve the ‘root cause’ of the problem.

Hakimo also mentioned that that by 2030, AI will have a 45 per cent impact on economic gains and contribute $15.7 trillion to the economy.

Advertisement