How to Reduce Blind Spots in Your Security Plan

How to Reduce Blind Spots in Your Security Plan

In previous posts, we have discussed how to eliminate gaps in your security plan. In many cases, this refers to vulnerabilities you may not have considered, such as the importance of training employees, so they are not fooled by social engineering or leave company data vulnerable through the use of unsecured personal devices. But careless… Read More »

Better Parking Lot Security Begins with Blind Spots

Better Parking Lot Security Begins with Blind Spots

Parking lots are among the most neglected security hotspots. Commonly, security is focused on preventing intruders from entering your building, but with a well-monitored parking lot, you can stop them before they get to the door. The difficulty is that parking lots can cover a large area, sometimes acres in the case of larger businesses.… Read More »

Is Video Surveillance an Invasion of Privacy?

Is Video Surveillance an Invasion of Privacy?

Short answer – no. If you’re in a public place, you have no reasonable expectation of privacy. Video surveillance is intended to protect people and property from harm. Video does not judge; it merely observes and records. It’s up to those responsible for security to analyze the content and determine who may be a wrongdoer… Read More »

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