Protecting your business is important to any business owner but getting it right can be tricky. In this blog, we cover what an intruder alarm is, the types and grades of intruder alarms, integration with CCTV and lastly give some tips on using an intruder alarm effectively.
Currently, there is a proliferation of CCTV, everyone is installing it. Using it to protect their businesses, their staff, and their cars absolutely anything. But does it make a difference? Are their businesses, staff, and cars more secure? We look into it in detail.
What would happen if your business was targeted by criminals. Would they be able to effect your business? If they were able to steal or restrict access to what your business needs most to run, would your business be able to deal with such an impact? Would your business survive?
May 2015 is memorable for several reasons, the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to her second child, Princess Charlotte, the fourth in line to the throne. David Cameron secures a second term in office with a resounding win in the General Election and Ireland legalises same sex marriages in a historical vote. But amongst all these newsworthy events, May 2015
With all the ‘high tech’ threats and the ‘up to date’ technological solutions, the humble key is often over looked. But take a second and think, how many doors are there in your business that have a mechanical lock? It is easy to forget that those keys really are important,not looking after them correctly can leave you very vulnerable .
Access control is often misunderstood and implemented, with bad access control being a major factor in businesses falling victim to criminal activity. In this blog we will be looking at what access control is, what you should be striving for when installing it and lastly, a few tips on getting it right.
Ever on the increase, cyber criminals are developing new methods of breaching security measures. According to a study*, an astounding two thirds of UK businesses have been hit by cyberattacks in the last year.
With this in mind, we’ve put together some basic precautions so you can ensure your business doesn’t fall victim to the devastating effects of cybercrime.