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Safeguarding IT requires a multi-layered approach that incorporates security technologies and user training.

Geofencing creates a virtual fence on a user’s network access. This limits authentication from a whitelisted location or restricts access from a blacklisted location. The location of a geofence can be defined within an office building or a specific IP address, or some other physical parameter.

It is a feature in a software program that uses the global positioning system (GPS) or radio frequency identification (RFID) to define geographical boundaries.

Geo-fencing allows an administrator to set up triggers so when a device enters (or exits) the boundaries defined by the administrator, an alert is issued, according to

The latest release of ReconaSense’s Risk-Adaptive Security & Access Control delivers proactive, intelligent and geospatial physical security. The system unifies typically siloed data from security systems, cameras, IoT devices, sensors and building automation systems to provide a common operating picture and risk intelligence. 

With technology that identifies abnormal activity and adjusts risk levels in real time, ReconaSense risk-adaptive access control spots threats to life safety and overall security and can minimize risks. Its geospatial AI capabilities enable geofencing, risk-aware guidance and remote control, according to