Facial Recognition and the Security Industry
The security industry is constantly making advancements into new technologies. Likely, the increase in technological advancement as seen in the past decade will continue well into the future, which means for an ever-changing security landscape. This is particularly true of large-scale security firms who have been continually employing new technologies as they arrive.
One such technology is facial recognition, which has been making waves in both its effectiveness, as well as through public outcry and discussion as to how and when it should be used. Facial recognition has been improving at break-neck speeds, leaving the private security industry wondering how it can be best utilized for the sake of not only business security, but security for various clientele.
Advancements in technology and practices have led to a strengthening of regulations across the industry, including further protocol on facial recognition technology. In a world of ever-changing threats, especially those malicious groups that are advancing in terms of how to hide from the security industry, facial recognition is regularly becoming a more important aspect of the security field.
Facial recognition allows security firms to more easily find solutions for internal problems, as well as the security problems faced by clients. Federal and private entities see the benefits in facial recognition as an important aspect of tracking security breaches. Transparency, however, remains an issue for many of those who believe that facial recognition infringes upon inalienable rights. However, with a mix of legislation and industry regulating, facial recognition can become accepted as an above-board aspect of one’s security force, particularly when transparency is emphasized.
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