Vector Flow has announced its integration with the Tyco Software House C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution from Johnson Controls, allowing customers to manage personnel, automate physical access assignments by leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make recommendations on access needed.
The integration is set to optimise the configuration of physical security devices managed by C•CURE 9000, ultimately reducing false alarms and increasing SOC productivity. This also takes the pressure off physical security, HR, IT, SOC operations, while keeping customer’s enterprise data and facilities more secure.
“The integration of the Vector Flow advanced data-driven physical security platform with the C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution leverages the unparalleled benefits of AI automation to greatly enhance operational efficiencies while dramatically reducing costs,” said Ajay Jain, Founder and CEO of Vector Flow. “We look forward to our continued partnership with Johnson Controls and the future development of additional security and business intelligence applications.”
Integration of the Vector Flow platform and the C•CURE 9000 solution reportedly delivers an extensive number of benefits for a myriad range of end-users across all verticals. This includes migration to automated processes that improve operational efficiency while also increasing security effectiveness for identity and access lifecycle management, auditing, tracking, and reporting on access activities, automation with SOC and predictive/proactive maintenance of connected devices. The solutions integration also helps best ensure compliance with security policies, while reducing costly and time-wasting false alarms.