Disparate systems and disjointed processes can have an impact on the efficiency and performance of your security operations. Select a software that works across your on-site, mobile and back-office functions to avoid duplication and data silos.
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Regulation in the UK security industry is incoherent and inconsistent. Learn what’s currently in place for the regulation of the physical and cyber security industries and identify areas of improvement.
In this blog, Mark Folmer catches up with Roy Rahn from CALSAGA to discuss the role of this California-based security organization and to advise security firms looking to operate in the golden state.
A London-based initiative called the Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) has proved so successful it is being launched across the UK.
Mark Folmer catches up with Eddie Sorrells, a lawyer who addresses the legal issues faced by security firms and offers advice on how to avoid them.
Is physical security just a ‘necessary evil’? Philip Ingram, MBE explores how to highlight the power of security to drive business value.
Find out how the TrackTik team will be delivering customized demos and mingling on the tradeshow floor at GSX 2018.
In an industry known for high staff turnover and tight margins, what can be done to tackle security scheduling problems such as no-call no-shows and to fill vacant shifts before there’s an impact on your customers?
What are the particular challenges facing those tasked with securing government buildings?
Think security is nothing more than an unavoidable cost? Think again! Done right, security can actually add value to an organization.
The public security threat is fast-evolving and complex. Recent events across the globe have highlighted the need to stay ahead of trends and prepare for every eventuality.
To commemorate Canadian Security Magazine’s 40th anniversary, Mark Folmer discusses the legacy of ASIS International in the Canada security industry.