BOS Security Celebrates National Security Officer Appreciation Week

The week of September 19-23, BOS Security celebrated National Security Officer Appreciation Week. Security officers are tasked with handling public safety threats and emergencies whether their assignment is residential, commercial, or federal. As the first line of defense for the residents, employees, and patrons they serve, security officers deserve recognition for the peace of mind… Read More »

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Parking Services

Parking lots can be difficult to fully monitor. Often covering a large area, parking lots have people and vehicles coming and going at all hours, making it nearly impossible for a human guard to monitor sufficiently. With BOS Security’s virtual guarding service, VirtuGuard™, remote security officers will monitor your cameras from our location 24/7/365.   While… Read More »

What I Do Matters: Emoata Abraham

Security Officer Emoata Abraham is passionate about contributing to his community, both in uniform and out of uniform. Officer Abraham has been a commercial security officer with BOS Security for a year after moving to Georgia from New York. This is not his first security job; he spent several years in security before relocating to… Read More »

What I Do Matters: Brenda King

A photo of Transportation Security Officer Brenda King alongside text that reads "My favorite part about working for BOS Security at ROW is having a strong, reliable team to make sure passengers are safe and worry free."

Transportation Security Officer Brenda King makes it her mission to spread joy and happiness wherever she goes. Officer King has been a TSO at Roswell Air Center, ROW, for just over a year. She initially applied in 2020, but the coronavirus delayed the hiring process until 2021. Brenda’s heart has been set on this job… Read More »

Security Command Center Hiring Now

Where Are Security Guards Needed?

Remote Guarding Jobs in Georgia  Have you ever wondered what really happens in a command center? It’s likely you are envisioning a dark room mounted with dozens of screens, lights blinking rhythmically and computers beeping occasionally. And that is not far from reality. However, there is much more to working in a command center than… Read More »

BOS Security Recognized as Associate Member of the IFCPP

BOS Security is proud to be recognized as an Associate Member of the International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection. The IFCPP is a nonprofit organization that trains and supports professionals who protect and manage cultural, educational, and public institutions around the world. As a member of IFCPP, BOS Security can access training, support, and certification… Read More »

Access Control for Class A Buildings

Access Control for Class A Buildings

  Class A Buildings: A Complete Guide For Access Control Class A building owners face security risks from a variety of potential sources. Threats to security and safety can come from anywhere, at any time. Every comprehensive building security plan should include access control to the Class A building to ensure that only authorized individuals and property enter and… Read More »

Preparing A Security Plan for Class A Buildings

Preparing A Security Plan for Class A Buildings

Preparing A Security Plan for Your Class A Building: The Complete Guide While no one likes to think about it, the statistical reality is that any Class A Building, given the prestigiousness of its tenant companies and its higher building populations, will experience security incidents. The more people who occupy the building, the greater the probability… Read More »

What is Enterprise Information Security?

What is Enterprise Information Security?

In a nutshell, enterprise information security is the process used to keep people, data, and technology safe, scaled up to the enterprise level. It requires a comprehensive top-down approach to create a cohesive whole from the disparate aspects of the organization. For example, some of your technology may be aging and in need of updating.… Read More »

Yes, Your Facility Should Screen All Its Visitors

It’s not always easy to find balance. Your facility must be kept secure, but in most cases, your business doesn’t need to look or function like a fortress. In a previous article, we discussed the importance of controlling access and egress. Here we will go into more detail on how to achieve this effectively. Consider the… Read More »

New Security Trends for a New Decade: Exploring 2020 and Beyond

New Security Trends for a New Decade: Exploring 2020 and Beyond Security is an industry that doesn’t hold still. Criminals, terrorists, hackers – all those will evil intent – continuously evolve their attacks. Security professionals must exceed their level of creativity and determination with great resolve of their own to protect the people and places… Read More »

Five Benefits of Video Surveillance Security

Video technology today is revolutionizing the security industry.  Today’s video surveillance systems are much more affordable and easier to install than ever before. Rather than paying for human guards to monitor an area we can use artificial intelligence built into security cameras to monitor a much larger area and alert a virtual security officer to… Read More »

The Impact of Office Space Design in Security

When considering strategies to improve workplace safety, it’s common to focus on additional security guards or surveillance cameras. Both are part of a comprehensive security program, but what about the design of your office space? Is it leaving unacceptable vulnerabilities or making your security guards’ job harder? What impact does office space design have in… Read More »

How To Build Access Control Into Your Security Plan

Access Control

When you think of security, you probably immediately think of locked doors, but what about other types of access control? Even if you have surveillance cameras and security guards, it’s vital to have different types of access control elements as part of your security plan. This provides you with a more comprehensive and advanced security… Read More »

Access/Egress Control (Part 4): Lock and Key Control

  Atlanta, GA – The Security Department is normally responsibility for control of locks, keys and access cards.  As such, this is an important duty of the security guard and there should be an effective program for the control and accountability of these items, such as: • A cabinet/container to hold all keys, or access… Read More »

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