For an insider’s perspective on the evolving COVID-19 coronavirus situation, we’ve been talking to a few of our industry experts to help us better understand what’s happening on the front line while we all try to flatten the curve and #stayhome
To help you better understand what’s unfolding in the security world, as we all hunker down inside our homes and #stayhome, we reached out to our industry experts to get an insider’s perspective on the COVID-19 coronavirus situation. Here’s the first in our virtual “Security Q & A in the Time of Pandemic” Series with Jeff Young, a Security Expert in the Healthcare Industry.
In an industry that is constantly responding to changes in technology and evolving threats like the COVID-19 outbreak that has brought much of the world to a standstill, security service providers are challenged to keep up to date and adapt existing solutions quickly to keep their client’s property, employees, and data safe.
Given the evolving situation of the COVID-19 coronavirus, TrackTik has put together a primer on the available resources from our Security Industry Associations. We will continue to provide you with additional resources as they become available.
The situation is evolving fast with the TrackTik team keeping track of various resources to give you as much heads up as possible on industry shifts and changes that may impact us - short, medium and long term. One thing for sure is that small- and medium-sized businesses are affected to various degrees. The impact on the security services sector will vary based on jurisdiction and local realities.
We have all been affected by the pandemic both personally and professionally. Whether it be in the form of work-from-home mandates, school closures, or spikes and decreases in security coverage requirements.
As we move into 2020, dubbed “the year of data” by analysts, recognizing the tremendous value of data will be crucial in streamlining your security operations. And while many security service companies already collect data, many don’t know how to leverage what they have.
In the aftermath of a string of attacks targeting various communities around the United States, many state officials are calling for more protection. In New York state, for example, the governor has announced increased patrols by the state police in communities to counter what he calls “domestic terrorism.” Several state lawmakers across the United States have also asked the National Guard to visibly patrol and protect communities.
The word “Change” is often thrown around as a buzzword. Trendy or not, it applies to the security industry and let us be honest that change is a good thing! Change in the form of people, threat environments and, of course, technology.
So you have embarked on a career in the security space, now what? First of all, chances are that everyone took either a slightly different path to get here or a totally different path considering that there is not a predetermined how-to progression in the industry. So regardless if you are a postgraduate with a […]
Oscar Wilde once said, Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and we couldn’t agree more. But just because a company advertises certain software features doesn’t make them the same. It depends on what you need and what you are trying to do.
For our last interview of 2019, the TrackTik team connected with Jamie Ridenhour to discuss the role and adoption of the super approach at DSI Security Services - one of the largest security service providers in the US.