International. Like other economic sectors, manufacturing faces security risks such as theft, sabotage, violence, vandalism, and fire, among others.
According to Genetec Inc., contributing to maintaining continuity in manufacturing processes becomes essential, since their interruption can lead to millions of dollars in losses for the companies that carry them out.
The company believes that the unification of all security systems is key and that is why its Security Center platform allows the consolidation of video surveillance, access control, license plate reading (LPR) and cloud-based video management systems; all from a single interface. Thus, it is possible to give continuity to processes, leading the industry into a new era of digital transformation.
On the other hand, Artificial Intelligence (AI) makes it possible to anticipate interruptions and process stored day-to-day information. Thanks to analytical tools, it is possible to stay alert to a possible malware attack or intrusion, opening access points of logical or physical ports.
"For Genetec it is very important to maintain continuity in the processes of the manufacturing sector. Today, we seek to go beyond security with a portfolio of unified solutions designed to enable operational efficiency and provide business intelligence that provide continuity and fluidity to the supply chain", said Fernando Ovando, Account Manager for Genetec.
The executive pointed out that maintaining high security standards and protocols, accompanied by certifications such as CTPAT or Homeland Security, contributes to the ability to carry out increasingly reliable and secure processes.
"C-TPAT is an anti-terrorist certification granted by U.S. Customs whose objective is to strengthen the security of importers, carriers, customs brokers, warehouses and producers, to prevent the product or shipment entering the United States from being altered or used by third parties for terrorist purposes."
The unified technology of the Security Center platform allows for traceability and time efficiency in the product transfer process, through the use of evidence before, during and after each shipment.