The world today runs on digital technology which has made its way well into our day-to-day lives, connecting our homes, offices, schools, shops, and even places of worship. Man has access to information, people, and products no matter where he is. In such a reality, it is only fitting that we approach security – both to our physical and digital profiles and assets – as one that offers more comprehensive and end-to-end coverage. Gone are the days when security service companies used to offer compartmentalized services that covered physical and digital assets separately. Today, the world needs integrated security services and solutions that offer a single touchpoint for safety.
Remote monitoring security systems have become a must-have that provide peace of mind anytime and anywhere. How do we go about getting the best value for money invested in video surveillance for instance? What are the best practices to increase their overall effectiveness and lifespan? Here are our 5 best tips to enhance your video surveillance systems systematically.
Cyberthreats do not just grow – they explode!
❕350,000 new malware every day.
❕A hacker attacks every 39 seconds.
❕$1.5 trillion industry.
But why is cybercrime on the rise?
“This poem was written for my brothers and sisters globally in the security workforce” – Scott Taylor. Thank you for the updated version, Scott. We are so grateful for everything our security officers do on a day-to-day basis.
Effective construction site security planning is essential to prevent damage and theft. It is very common for thieves to look at construction sites as “easy targets” and they target expensive items such as copper wire, machinery and power tools. With poor security planning, these items can disappear quickly and easily.
It can be a very daunting task selecting the right Security. Not only is it vitally important to protect your team, customers and physical assets, you also need to ensure that you are selecting a company which can partner with you to protect your brand reputation and image. No longer is it viable to select just the cheapest option as recent investigations have demonstrated the damage which can be caused to a company where their service partners do not comply with employment and security legislation.
Welcome to the final article for the year 2018 in the ‘Looking to the Future’ series where I discuss emerging technologies with experts from across various industries. As always, my goal is to share my ideas, knowledge and experience to receive feedback from you to continuously learn and improve.
Whilst there is a broad range of literature on the “Run–Hide-Fight” response to an Active Assailant situation, the theme of this article is “Emerging technologies that can prevent or stop Active Assailants”.