APRIL 8, 2018: A cracked phone with the Facebook app loading sitting on a laptop. The social media giant has been in hot water for privacy troubles.

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Lights! Camera! Protect your Parking Lots from Street Robberies

September 2, 2022


Parking lots are some of the most common locations for “street” robberies. These street robberies can hurt the business. When customers fear being robbed at a specific location, they will avoid that location and head for a “safer” area. There …

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Parking security watching over the parking area. The security guard is protecting property from illegal parking and theft.

What Is A Security Risk Assessment?

August 15, 2022


A security, or physical risk assessment (aka a threat assessment) is an evaluation of your facility to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities in its physical security. These assessments are typically performed by security experts and include looking at all existing security …

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nightshot of a desolate parking lot (note: car has been altered for licence plate and logo)

Parking Lot Safety Tips

June 13, 2022


The responsibility of creating a safe parking lot environment should be taken on by drivers, pedestrians, and employees. It is up to all of us to stay prepared for hazardous situations and have a plan to minimize risk of injury. …

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Hospital Active Shooter (Code Silver) Plan

June 8, 2022


Active shooter incidents have become more frequent over time, so it is crucial that your Hospital has an active shooter (code silver) plan in place to ensure the safety of all health care workers, patients, and visitors at the hospital …

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How to Prevent Visual Hacking

May 10, 2022


Although technology has advanced quite a bit over the last decade, you don’t have to be an expert to hack someone’s private information. All you really need is a quick look, and boom you are in. Visual hacking is a …

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Protecting Against USB Cyber Threats

January 18, 2022


With more companies allowing work from home because of the continuing pandemic, employees have grown increasingly reliant on transportable USB drives. According to the 2021 Honeywell Industrial USB Threat Report, cyber threats specifically designed to attack removable media nearly doubled …

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School Options for Security Personnel

December 2, 2021


In 2021, there have been 28 school shootings across the United States resulting in injury or death. Back in February, we published a blog about how facilities can benefit from security guards who can monitor who comes in and out …

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Cloud Surveillance for Healthcare Facilities

October 26, 2021


The healthcare industry is increasingly turning to the cloud for security measures in safeguarding facilities. In particular, IT departments and the healthcare C-suite are opting for VSaaS (video surveillance as a service) for monitoring operations, patients and property. As a …

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Password Security Best Practices 2021

October 19, 2021


In today’s digital age, keeping your workplace passwords secure from hackers is important. Passwords are basically the “front door” for hackers to illegally enter your workplace’s digital space. However, many individuals use predictable, easy-to-guess passwords which expose companies to the …

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