The latest security industry trends are constantly evolving in response to an ever-changing list of vulnerabilities and threats. Even as technology gets smarter and more connected, organizations that are actively monitoring the latest security technology trends are more prepared to face new challenges. See which physical security trends and cybersecurity trends are the ones to watch in 2022.
1. Adopting MACH architecture for the enterprise
One of the biggest buzzwords in security trends right now is MACH architecture, which stands for Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native SaaS, and Headless architecture. Rather than building your entire system on all-in-one, monolithic architecture, MACH architecture instead relies on choosing best-of-breed providers, and connecting them via an open API platform. Popular among companies looking to deploy modular, customized systems with less development time, many see this as the future of security technology for enterprise organizations.
There are three main reasons to migrate to MACH architecture for security technology: leveraging an open API to choose the best providers for each system element, the interoperability of a customized solution, and automatic updates that get rolled out to each component as soon as they are available. With security tech that’s built on open, cloud-native standards like Openpath, organizations have the ability to connect any other building system they need: video surveillance, alarm systems, tenant apps, and even completely custom solutions. The result is a connected, high tech commercial security system that’s responsive to the needs of that specific organization, with increased operational efficiency. The highly modularized architecture gives businesses access to more innovation, greater flexibility to build the solutions they need, and better adaptability to face the future of security as needs continue to evolve.
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