As more and more of the headlines focus on cybersecurity, actual physical security takes a back seat, but do not be led to believe that being concerned about physical security is a thing of the past. When it comes to physical security, the stakes are high for manufacturers. In manufacturing, security systems add much more than security. They also play a huge role in compliance, reducing risks, and driving efficiencies.
Here are some important ways to protect your facility.
Campus crimes are on the rise. As unnerving as it may be to think of criminals breaking into schools to steal or individuals entering the campus to cause physical harm to others, it is an all too often occurrence today. We no longer can assume crime will not happen on our campus or assume that our schools are adequately protected.
We understand that at this time of year many manufacturing businesses think of year-end deductions. We want to ensure that every Manufacturer is aware of a generous tax deduction that could end soon, which allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of commercial security systems if purchased and installed before 2019. Section 179 of the Tax Code could end or change without notice in 2019.
We understand that at this time of year many businesses think of year-end deductions. We want to ensure that every business is aware of a generous tax deduction that could end soon, which allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of commercial security systems if purchased and installed before 2019. Section 179 of the Tax Code could end or change without notice in 2019.
The increase in the number of critical events in the educational setting has taught us that, unfortunately, not only are schools not exempt from a crisis they are often a target for serious crimes.
Today, campuses at every level have a greater responsibility to keep students safe. In an emergency situation, an educational facility’s communication system and how effectively it is used can have a massive influence on everything from facilitating an emergency response to gaining cooperation. This is why the right communication tools used rightly are so very important.
Warehouses and distribution centers can be home to tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars of product at any time. Often, these products are not only valuable but also regulated and must have security controls in place to prevent theft.
Preventing loss and damage requires solid, tightly controlled security solutions and practices. Here are our top tips.
With the rise in school violence, school security is at the forefront of our minds. Indeed, the safety of our students is a top priority, but the question becomes—how do we implement the right security tools without sacrificing the learning environment?
Fortunately, with today’s advanced but unobtrusive security technologies it is possible to significantly increase school safety while still maintaining a positive learning environment. Here are a few important tips.
When considering access control solutions today, business owners face a host of options including whether a traditional or cloud-based system is right to fit the organization’s long-term security goals.
Access control technologies are rapidly advancing, largely due to wireless and cloud-based technologies. Here are 5 of the top advantages of cloud-based access control.