Month: April 2017

physical security measures

Physical Security Measures Every Office Should Deploy

Physical security measures every office should deploy If you’re looking to add security measures to protect your business but aren’t sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place. Protecting your business is important. Before you install any security measures, you need to know which are the most effective for addressing basic physical security…
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Security Consultant

Should You Hire A Physical Security Consultant?

Business owners who need to install or update physical security controls in their facilities can be overwhelmed by the technology and systems available. How can they know what their building needs, and what systems are best suited to those needs? A physical security consultant can be a business owner’s best investment. If you’re considering hiring…
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threat intelligence

Use Threat Intelligence to Boost Your Physical and IT Security

Threat intelligence: evidence-based knowledge, including context, mechanisms, indicators, implications, and actionable advice, about an existing or emerging menace or hazard to assets that can be used to inform decisions regarding the subject’s response to that menace or hazard. Use threat intelligence in physical security to boost security Don’t let the definition scare you. For business…
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Mobile Security Credentials

Technology and End-Users Are Ready for Mobile Credentials

The process of creating adoption standards continues to drag on The time has come to run with the benefits mobile credentials offer. Unfortunately, the adoption of mobile credentials may be years off as the commercial security industry grapples with challenges that continue to postpone the ability of mobile devices to interact with security systems. Despite…
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workplace bullying

Workplace Bullying Costs Businesses Billions Each Year

Bullies contaminate the workplace. Bullying comes in a variety of behaviors, which may be one reason many employers and worker don’t recognize it, or don’t know how to handle it when they do. An estimated 37 percent of the U.S. workforce, or 54 million Americans, report being bullied at work, and an additional 12 percent…
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Robo Guards

AI Enters the Physical Security Industry

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has officially entered the physical security realm, as Palo-Alto, California-based Cobalt Robotics unveiled a line of robot security guards to complement—not replace—human security guards. AI technology at work The indoor-only roving robots utilize technology similar to self-driving cars to detect people and problems within a building.  Cobalt co-founders former GoogleX and SpaceX…
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DNA Fusion Access Control

How DNA Fusion™ Access Control Improves Your Security

Without the proper access control software in place, your facility lacks synchronization within its security systems. DNA Fusion™ provides a user-friendly solution to security management.

Automating office tasks productivity

Automating Common Office Tasks Helps Businesses Cut Costs

Every business’s goal is to boost profitability. When a company experiences tight profit margins, the first response is to cut expenses, although it’s not always the shrewdest solution. Cost cutting is arguably the easiest way to improve one’s profit margin, but business owners often overlook alternative approaches that may even be beneficial over the long…
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SOC Technology: Reaping the Benefits of a Security Operations Center 

Enterprise security is essential to a company’s overall physical security and data security plan. Meeting today’s ever-changing security risks has driven more and more businesses to transform standard, segregated security systems into a centralized solution with an in-house security operations center (SOC). Security Operations Center (SOC) SOC technology furnishes companies with a distinctive perspective of the…
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Five Levels of Physical Security

Five Levels of physical security Physical Security refers to measures you can take to protect buildings, property, and assets against intruders. Designing a physical security program for your facility calls for six levels of protection: the outer perimeter, the inner perimeter, and the building’s interior. An effective physical security system implements two or three forms…
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