The pandemic has impacted virtually every industry in the U.S. including the professional security services industry. Since the start of the pandemic, security officers have been on the frontline, providing essential services in difficult circumstances, increasing their occupational risk of COVID-19 exposure due to their frequent interactions with the public as part of their routine…
It has been a few weeks since GSX has wrapped up in Chicago and even if the onsite event is already a few weeks behind us, I am, as are many of my colleagues, still in post-GSX mode.
Hospitals require specialized security like no other sector of the physical security world. Ken Close is very familiar with this fact and shared his insight on the developments and progress in Healthcare security.
Dave Tyson and Mark Folmer discuss the changing role of the CSO and how security is no longer a necessary evil to an organization. Read more about this large shift for the industry here.
Corporate security professionals often have to defend their budget to leadership. The unfortunate reality is that it’s difficult for security departments to demonstrate value—until an incident occurs.
In order to budget properly, regularly take the time to assess any inefficiencies and acknowledge the steps you will need to take to protect your organization.
Healthcare security and safety leaves little room for error with security professionals responsible for creating safe working environments while facing unique industry risks.
Security workforce management software arms corporate security teams with real-time data combined with connectivity and mobility, to let you see the bigger picture.
To strengthen your corporate physical security, an audit will give you the elements you need to better strategize. The security audit includes a thorough examination of your facilities.
For your internal security department, data collection helps discover patterns in previous security incidents to keep them from occurring again.
While security budgets may seem like a large amount up front, they should be viewed as investments for your company.
A few decades ago, the most common corporate security threats that businesses had to worry about involved vandalism, burglary, and other similar actions.