In this rapidly modernizing world, the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and technology adoption has raised a critical issue—the protection of privacy. The widespread adoption of facial recognition technology and wearable surveillance devices blurs the lines between public and private life, provoking understandable apprehensions about privacy compliance. Therefore, government agencies partnering with leaders in the technology industry face the intricate challenge of balancing innovation, security, and individual privacy in a dynamic landscape.
Convergint partners with Axis Communications to provide customers across several verticals with the latest innovations in the industry to improve safety and security, including the federal government sector.
Privacy protection in the age of technology
To combat this rising issue, U.S. legislation has established a concrete set of regulations that manufacturers and agencies must abide by to protect privacy. Examples of such legislation include the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), amongst others. These changes alleviate some of the uncertainty around privacy compliance, but they introduce their own set of challenges, including increased demands on global manufacturers and heightened supply-side security measures.
Pioneering partners in privacy compliance
Convergint and Axis Communications partner to offer a wide range of AI-driven solutions to address complex business challenges in the federal government sector. They remain committed to the privacy standards set in place, ensuring that personal rights are respected while embracing the power of AI and other technology advancements. To learn more about any of the information in this article, contact an expert below!