Bringing Symmetry to Smart Security

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17.03.2020, 17:18

Bringing Symmetry to Smart Security

G4S company, AMAG Technology’s, Symmetry Business Intelligence solution is providing a risk-based approach to analyzing physical access data sets.


Symmetry Business Intelligence analyzes how a person’s access activity is tracked and establishes patterns  using a risk score methodology. Anomalous behavior may raise a person’s score, with high-risk identities flagged in a dashboard.

Dashboards within Symmetry Business Intelligence provide the security team with an at-a-glance look at identities with the highest risk scores. Scores are generated based on the reader location, time of day and a user’s access patterns. Symmetry Business Intelligence helps to easily identify the employees, contractors and other identities that may pose the highest risk to a company.


AMAG Technology, COO, Howard Johnson, says:

“Symmetry Business Intelligence highlights anomalous behavior, helping organizations discover unauthorized access patterns and possible threats worthy of further investigation.


“It’s a natural extension of any security program.”

Symmetry Business Intelligence has been designed from the ground up to easily integrate with other systems and support AMAG’s policy of developing open solutions. Over the past five years, AMAG has released Symmetry CONNECT identity management, Symmetry GUEST visitor management and Symmetry incident management: all open, cloud-based security systems that are designed to provide more flexibility and options for end-users.

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