Manufacturing Security: Managing Multiple Layers of Risk
Implementing physical security in the manufacturing industry means addressing multiple layers of risk. Whether it is electronics, automotive, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, or others, all manufacturing depends on protecting the many systems and processes involved from various and serious threats. While the threats are diverse and complex, today’s physical security systems for manufacturing address these threats. Continue reading What you are missing in manufacturing security is absolutely hurting your businesses.→
Physical security in the educational setting requires an ongoing process vigilance and reevaluation of security needs. Over the last two decades, physical security acceptance, capabilities, and needs have all changed dramatically. Frequent headlines underscore the need to protect students of every age from threats such as fire, intruders, fights, and bullying.
As a result, an increasing number of campuses have implemented some form of security technology such as video surveillance or access control.
How Commercial Physical Security Systems Can Save and Make Your Business Money
A professional security system is a must for every business in every industry to protect the business from threats such as theft, vandalism, and violence. However, commercial businesses should not only measure the success of their security system based on its ability to respond to alarms or prevent incidents, but also by how it can deliver information that can help digitally transform processes, drive change, increase productivity, and improve the customer experience. With the rapid advancement of security technologies and their extensive capabilities, progressive businesses have recognized the incredible opportunities available to harness crucial data and increase profitability.
What to Look for in Successful Physical Security Systems for Manufacturing
Physical security is a key consideration in any manufacturing facility. Solutions such as access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, and environmental monitoring do much more than safeguard people and intellectual property from outside threats. They also help ensure compliance and mitigate internal threats such as loss of property, damage, improper protocols, and more. Continue reading What to Look for in Successful Physical Security Systems for Manufacturing→
What to Look for in Successful Physical Security Systems in the Commercial Sector
Physical security is a key consideration in any commercial setting. Solutions such as access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, and environmental monitoring do much more than safeguard people and intellectual property from outside threats. They also help ensure compliance and mitigate internal threats such as loss of property, damage, improper protocols, and more.
Have a Professional Facility Fire Safety Assessment
A professional fire safety assessment will look at the campus facility to identify needs and deficits concerning fire and life safety needs. While public facilities are required to meet local, state, and national levels, that does not mean that there are not additional needs that should be met. Continue reading National Fire Prevention Month – Education→