What does it mean, and does it make a difference? In times of heightened crime, emerging threats and evolving uncertainty, it definitely does. Let’s look at a specific security scenario, and then analyze how a traditional, reactive security response compares to an advanced, modern and proactive security strategy.
For an administrator of a 24-hour facility, the access control piece of day-to-day security management is a massive responsibility. Facilities that are open all hours are likely to have three, perhaps even four shifts of employees coming in every single day. Many times, employees who work different hours don’t even know each other, including supervisors and shift leads.
This is a popular time of year to throw an employee appreciation party or company picnic. Holding an event like this can be a great way to thank your staff for their hard work, and summer is a great time to do it. However, making sure the event is carried out safely is your responsibility. Here are three ways to do it.
It’s hard to miss the media coverage of cybersecurity breaches that affect the critical systems we rely on, including our food sources, energy production and fuel delivery. In addition, we see frequent attempts to compromise networks belonging to retailers, creditors and financial institutions in an attempt to access the data of companies and consumers. Whatever your business is, protecting your network from cyberattack is a responsibility with real implications for the people you serve.
We hear all the time that the cloud is the future of data storage, but what does cloud-based video surveillance actually mean for your business? Making the shift to cloud video surveillance is a small change that can do big things for your security goals and budget, especially when you choose the cloud-based video storage solution we make available from Eagle Eye Cloud VMS. Here are some of the things you can look forward to when you move your video storage to the cloud.
The warmer weather and relaxed routines of summertime can present security risks to all kinds of businesses. But for office buildings, the risks of the summer can greatly affect the safety of the employees who work onsite — and of course, those risks can also affect the bottom line for owners and other stakeholders.
Access control continues to be one of the most popular emerging technologies in electronic security. Business owners and site managers love the added security that comes with electronic credentials like keyfobs and badges — specifically, the ability to activate and deactivate employee credentials as people are hired and terminated. While …
Upgrading to a new access control system may seem expensive, but how expensive is it to continue to upkeep your old one? Replacing lost and missing keys becomes expensive, as does replacing old locks. And how much overtime are you paying for managers to respond to your business after hours because of …