With cyber threats on the rise and network security an overriding and constant concern of the end user in corporate, healthcare, education and other vertical markets, what’s the risk when employees bring their own devices (BYOD) to your place of business?
Now you can leverage cameras for more than security
The use of video surveillance for physical security continues to grow. According to recent research by IHS, a leading security industry research firm, there were 245 million professionally-installed video surveillance cameras active and operational globally in 2014.
Technology coupled with common sense techniques bolster protection
Security technology is a magnificent machine. It’s progressed to the point where you can use your smartphone for all kinds of functions, including access control and viewing premises video. But to really boost your security quotient consider some common sense techniques and tactics that will do wonders to enhance what you already have in place. In many cases, the eyes and ears of your employees are critical in overall security protection. Employees need to know what’s important and what your security philosophy is, so they can in turn feel engaged and entrenched in a successful outcome.
Here are six simple steps to get the most out of security:
Access control today is much more than simply controlling entrances and exits. Sure, that’s still important but now it can provide new value to your security specification in ways you may not have considered.
SSP’s VP of Sales and Marketing David English was happy to contribute to SDM’s 2016 State of the Market Access Control aside several other top security integrators. The atricle was published in the April edition of SDM Magazine and includes several industry experts providing insight into the current state of the market relating to access control. Follow the link above or continue reading below… Continue reading SDM State of the Market Access Control→