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 »

How Security Systems Ease Burden of Police Officers 

In many cities, law enforcement is stretched thin. They can have trouble keeping up with demand between high crime areas, crowd control, and natural disasters. The last thing they need is to waste time responding to false alarms or situations that could easily be handled without their intervention. Here are a few ways that security firms can assist.   Remote security monitoring With remote video… Read More »

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Residential Properties

Protection Through Remote Guarding: Residential Properties

Protecting residential properties presents unique challenges. While residents want to feel safe, they may not want to see an evident security presence. That’s what makes remote guarding an ideal fit for settings like gated communities or apartment complexes. You can keep onsite guards to a minimum or eliminate them entirely. This gives the residents peace… Read More »

Update Your Remote Security “Firewall”

Remote Security

Cameras can sometimes offer a false sense of security. Users may believe that once they have installed a security camera, they are all set. After all, if all you need is to make sure the only people on your property are the people who belong there, who needs all the bells and whistles, right? This… Read More »

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