Proptech is one of the biggest trends for security in 2022, according to the Security Industry Association’s 2022 Megatrends Report1. Proptech, or property technology – also known as real estate technology – is technology, software platforms or applications designed for the management, sale and rental of buildings. Within proptech, security technology is a fast-growing segment as building owners and managers seek the best ways to keep tenants, employees and visitors safe and secure.
Cannabis is now fully legal in 18 states across the country in the U.S. and medical use of cannabis has been legalized in 39 states.
Data centers have long been the choice of organizations to house their servers and sensitive data. However, now many small, medium, and large business are choosing to house their data onsite to keep critical data in-house. Those businesses that employ on-site servers and that store sensitive data in-house need to recognize that they are at risk of a cyberattack, given the fact that hackers are increasingly sophisticated and aggressive. Security breaches are always a possibility, so making sure that your servers are protected against both cyber-intruders is critical.
Today’s healthcare organizations are taking a risk-based approach when planning security strategies for protecting patients, staff, visitors and data. By looking at industry challenges, and analyzing their own information, each individual facility can identify priorities in assessing threats and determining best practices for maintaining a safe and secure environment.