Threats that could threaten disrupt security

January 17, 2020

It’s important for facilities to be aware of potential security disruptions and to begin factoring those possibilities into resilience plans, according to an article form Building Operating Management on the FacilitiesNet website.

Among the developments have can disrupt security practices: are:

• Smart phones have been around since 2007; the question is, where will we be in 10 years? How far will this amalgam of technologies take us? More importantly, how will people with malicious intent exploit these devices?

• Wheeled robots are limited by their environment (e.g., stairs). The combination of machine learning, the development of alternative methods of momentum, and improvements in battery technology will revolutionize mundane tasks like security officer patrols in a building.

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