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Future of Security Hybrid: Genetec Report

Future of Security Hybrid: Genetec Report

Future of security hybrid: Genetec report – Genetec has shared the results of its 2022 State of Physical Security Report based on insights from over 3700 physical security leaders worldwide, including end users and systems integrators/installers/providers.

The report, which looks at the security strategies organisations are putting in place, suggests that the future of security is hybrid, with 54 per cent of end user respondents indicated that their organisation’s target vision for security deployment is a blend of on-premises and cloud-based solutions.

A hybrid approach enables organisations to optimise their existing on-premises investments while leveraging cloud options to save cost, increase security and efficiency, and enable remote access to systems and sensors.

The report also found cybersecurity concerns are rising. The convergence of information technology (IT) and security is inspiring new approaches to implementing and managing a strong cyber security strategy, with 64 per cent of IT respondents and 54 per cent of security respondents indicating cybersecurity tools are a top focus this year.

The survey showed that 63 per cent of all respondents and 7 in every 10 organisations with over 10,000 employees described physical security and related data as mission-critical. Over the last few years, physical security has become a strategic asset to cope with a variety of challenges that go beyond just mitigating risk and is now playing a much more significant role in organisations’ digital transformation.

Unification and integration are key trends, with 64 per cent of respondents reporting that they run video surveillance and access control in physical security deployments. Of those, 77 per cent indicated that their organisation had implemented either integration between video surveillance and access control systems from different vendors, or a unified video surveillance and access control solution from one manufacturer.

“Every organisation wants to get their hands on the latest technology. However, faced with budget constraints, talent shortages, and ever-changing priorities, security leaders are required to do more with less,” says Pervez Siddiqui, vice-president of offerings and transformation at Genetec.


“A unified security platform gives organisations a path to modernise their aging systems while leveraging their existing infrastructure. And they can do this without expensive and complex custom development.”

Genetec surveyed physical security professionals from August 25 to September 21, 2022. Following a review of submissions, 3711 respondents were included in the sample for analysis.

Survey samples were run across all regions including North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, East Asia, Southern Asia, South-Eastern Asia, Central Asia, Western Asia, and ANZ.

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John Adams
John Adamshttps://sen.news
A professional writer and editor who has been covering the security industry since 1991, John is passionate about clever applications of technology and the fusion of sensing and networking. A capable photographer John enjoys undertaking practical reviews of the latest electronic security systems.


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