ReconaSense Wins 2018 New Product of the Year Award for the Second Consecutive Year

September 13, 2018

ReconaSense®, the world’s first Intelligent Security Management System featuring A.I. and real-time analysis, is proud to once again be awarded a New Product of the Year award for 2018.  Security Today announced that ReconA.I. is the winner in the Risk Management Software category.  Security Today’s New Product of the Year Award honors the most outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security.

This is not the first time ReconaSense has been recognized for its for its breakthrough innovations.  Its award-winning platform also won three unique Govie awards this year including; Security & Risk Intelligence, Convergence & Integrated Software and Solutions, and Access Control Software/Controllers. In 2017, ReconaSense was recognized in Security Today’s New Product of the Year award for Convergence & Integrated Software and Solutions as well. 

“We are honored to again be recognized by Security Today as a New Product of the Year winner” said Clayton Brown, ReconaSense Vice President of Business Development. “Our team is dedicated to pushing the envelope for security management, and we thrive on solving the tough problems that until now have not had solutions. The time is right to change the game, and the market is confirming that our intelligent software is what security professionals need to finally mitigate security threats before they happen”.

ReconaSense will be showcasing ReconA.I. along with its groundbreaking Access Control, and Unification Platform, at the upcoming Global Security Exchange at the Las Vegas Convention Center beginning September 25th, 2018.  Visit booth #1041 and see how this breakthrough technology elevates Security from a post-event, forensic world to a real-time, proactive posture.

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