Monthly Archives: February 2014

7 Mistakes Business Owners Make With Security

So you are the executive of a business or may one tasked with making certain that the business facilities run smoothly. Many organizations are taking steps to making sure their facilities are properly protected but often we see that there are aspects of physical security that get missed or are not covered well enough. Aesthetics […]

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How Can I Prevent Employee Theft?

Five finger discounts. Every business has it. Face it. Employees steal. As a business owner you may feel you want to trust your employees, and why not? You hired them to do an important job for you and you can’t do it all. But trusting your employees can set you and your business up for […]

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When Copper Thieves Strike Homes

There is no question that copper theft has gotten worse. Stolen copper is valuable as scrap because the metal is used for so many items—and the profits are huge. Copper is such a hot commodity that thieves are going after the metal anywhere they can find it. Copper theft is a $1 billion business because […]

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How Much Surveillance Do I Need?

Surveillance cameras have become an important tool in law enforcement, insurance claims and fraud and business management. According to the FBI surveillance has helped to solve an unprecedented 30% of cases for which video surveillance is used. With that said, the popularity of surveillance cameras increasing. As technology has evolved so too has the affordability […]

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Know how to hire a trustworthy security contractor

You have decided to have a security system installed in your home or business. Now you are tasked with the confusing task of which company to choose. The competition is brisk out there with so many security contractors to choose from. Here are some important considerations to keep in mind when you are interviewing contractors […]

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