As seen in the December edition of City Security Magazine, TrackTik presents a couple of security best practices for lockdown 2.0 in the UK.
While many security companies recognize that hungry and tired security officers aren’t at their most productive, providing meal or rest breaks to employees isn’t universally required by law (though many employers do provide meal or rest breaks out of courtesy).
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…
With private security companies and their teams of security officers being called upon to provide additional security and support to assist law enforcement, the security industry is quickly pivoting from planning and prevention to response.
In recent months, there has been a sudden shift in the demand for security services—to the point where security personnel are now, most likely, the first person you interact with when you go to supermarkets, drugstores, or hospitals. This is just one example of how frontline security has changed during the first half of 2020.…
This past April, TrackTik successfully met the criteria set out by the AICPA (American Institute of CPAs) to comply with SOC2 Type II Security Principles. What’s SOC2? We’re glad you asked because for us, as a security-minded organization, it’s an important step in ensuring our clients’ security.
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.
The value of TrackTik is unequivocal—our clients typically see a 35% reduction in operating costs and an annual average increase of 27% in new business.
Is your security strategy at the top of your organisation’s list of priorities in 2020? If not, maybe it should be. There’s no denying that the UK saw an increase in crime at places where people conduct business over the past year. Businesses were hit with offences like shoplifting, burglary, and criminal damage at a…
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.