Innovate your daily occurrence book: Prepare for threats
Importance of the occurrence book
More than any other tool, the security officer uses the daily occurrence book to record events. Even if nothing happens on shift, they’re likely to report ‘nothing to report’. Therefore, it stands to reason if you want a security officer to report something, get them to use the daily occurrence book.
Our innovative threat artificial intelligence (Threat AI) service uses this insight and integrates with the daily occurrence book. As a result, the security officer is told about threats in advance and receives prompts to record the event in the occurrence book.
How the innovation works
If there’s a relevant threat, the daily occurrence book shows a notification. This prompts the security officer to view relevant threat information:
On click, a pop-up appears to display key threat information:
Security officer records the threat
At the end of shift, when the security officer closes the occurrence book, a prompt appears asking the officer to comment on a threat. For example,
Imagine a security officer opens a daily occurrence book on a Monday and receives a notification about protests in London forecast for midday, Tuesday. In this instance, when the security officer closes the occurrence book on Tuesday, a prompt to make an entry appears.
Our Threat AI service gives awareness and understanding of threats relevant to your organisation. As a result, time consuming tasks such as web searches are a thing of the past.
Innovate your daily occurrence book
The key to successful innovation is to work with existing human habits. Because our Threat AI notifications appear in the daily occurrence book, existing habits are preserved and the innovation is easily adopted. As a result, security officers are better prepared and therefore, your organisation is safer.
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