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When it comes to protecting your business from intruders, having a secure deadbolt lock in place is vital. Deadbolt locks are heavy-duty locks that provide the necessary additional security, aside from the doorknob. The proper deadbolt can be the difference between peace of mind and imminent danger for your business. It’s really not an option anymore whether you have a deadbolt lock as a part of your physical security policy—it’s a standard.
So, knowing you have to have a deadbolt lock on every exterior door of your business—how do you choose the best one?
When considering the physical security of a business, the mechanical keys themselves play a major role. The rise of cybercrime has pushed many to focus their attention on improving Information Security and high tech security measures. Yet, it remains essential for every business to have a well-devised key control policy in place. Fail-safe key control policies and procedures protect employee lives, business valuables and the overall security of the facility.
Although cyber security may seem like the utmost priority for most businesses, the level of security measures differs among industries. Cyber security is one of the most emphasized efforts in the financial industry due to the obvious direct monetary risk. Until the last few years however, the risk has not been as top of a priority in the healthcare industry.
As technology becomes more advanced, customers demand more out of their security products. The latest technology is more efficient and more secure, which saves customers money while not having to compromise the safety of their home or business. Companies in the security system industry, like Avigilon, endeavor this year to put out security products that align with security trends of 2016.
Physical security is vital for every business to consider. Whether it’s defending against literal, physical break-ins or securing your database for cyber attacks, you can never be too careful. It is unbelievably easy these days to steal data from a poorly secured database.
A physical security breach can ruin organized databases, inhibit your regular business activities, and can cause a loss in your customers’ trust. These can all be detrimental to your company and brand image overall but there are many physical security countermeasures that you can take to avoid immense losses. Read More
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Richmond, VA (October 2014) – It may seem like large corporations, with their numerous employees and large bottom lines, are easy targets for theft. But what many people don’t realize is that small businesses may actually be more at risk. …
LAS VEGAS, NV (March 2012) – Medeco High Security Locks, an ASSA ABLOY company, announces the addition of remote key programming to its Web Hosting Solutions for Logic CLIQ and Nexgen XT. Remote key programming adds to the security and …