Vector Flow Demonstrates the New Science of PIAM and SOC Automation Products at GSX 2023
Vector Flow, provider of AI and data-driven physical security solutions, is demonstrating its powerful range of automation solutions at GSX 2023, September 11-13 in Dallas. Most notably, Vector Flow is highlighting its Physical Identity Access Management (PIAM) automation product wherein organizations can autonomously manage individual identities over the entirety of their lifecycle under one platform.
“With Vector Flow's PIAM application, organizations can now unlock the full potential of their physical security infrastructure,” said Ajay Jain, Founder and CEO of Vector Flow. “This powerful solution utilizes available data from existing business systems to eliminate the manual management of thousands of identities, automating labor-intensive tasks such as on-and off-boarding, badging and credentialing, access provisioning, audits, and more. This makes our platform ideal for enterprise operations looking to quickly and efficiently address security gaps while streamlining workforce management.”
Vector Flow’s Physical Workforce Identity Suite delivers the new science of PIAM automation, providing insight-rich applications for automating all aspects of an identity lifecycle as it relates to the physical security domain. Designed to deliver a one-credential, one-identity solution across the enterprise, this powerful solution leverages advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to automate all identity management tasks such as on/off boarding of an Identity into physical security infrastructure, badging and credentialing, physical access management, access audits and compliance etc. The AI-enabled software uses learning algorithms to quickly identify and address security gaps and also delivers recommendations for security improvements and user tasks.
A new module recently added to the Physical Workforce Identity Suite is Vector Flow’s Workspace Occupancy application, which enables organizations to effectively track and forecast facility utilization and occupancy by departments, business units, personnel types, peak occupancy, day of the week, and more. The application’s intuitive dashboard provides users with actionable insights that can be leveraged to identify popular and underutilized spaces and forecast future use of valuable space.
Vector Flow’s Workforce Identity Suite also now includes Next-Generation Visitor Management System (VMS) For Enterprises; a comprehensive solution with an easy-to-use application that provides organizations with the capability to manage visitors with provisions for touchless and secure check-in, watch list verifications, badge printing, health screenings, notifications, and more.
In addition to its Physical Workforce Identity Suite, Vector Flow is also demonstrating its other categories of solutions, Security Operations Center (SOC) Automation and Physical Security Threat Intelligence, at GSX 2023.
SOC Automation Suite acts as a security nerve center, turning raw security data into insights and actions. The application drives actionable intelligence from a customer’s historical and daily physical security data. The solution features three AI-driven modules: SOC Alarm Reduction Manager, SOC Governance Manager, and SOC Predictive Maintenance Manager. The modules tie physical security processes together and automate time-consuming, manual tasks effectively increasing the overall productivity of SOC operators/agents, while maintaining compliance through data-generated reports, and decreasing downtime of connected devices and associated maintenance costs.
Physical Security Threat Intelligence comprises applications whereby the data is collected and processed from security logs, journals, and transaction data to understand who the threat actors are and what are the compromised areas in the physical security infrastructure. Using advanced AI and Machine Learning algorithms, the solution uncovers security vulnerabilities and makes risk mitigation recommendations to identify and address operational and security gaps, deliver recommendations for improvements, and make hidden details of an enterprise’s physical security operational state visible.