TrackTik is SOC2 Type II Security Principle Certified. Why is it Important?

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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.

Female Leaders on the Importance of Mentorship in the Security Industry

Female Leaders on the Importance of Mentorship in the Security Industry
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One thing is crystal clear: we all need mentors. From helping us make difficult business decisions to providing on-the-spot advice to shaping the trajectory of our careers, we can learn valuable lessons from our mentors. TrackTik introduces two successful women leaders who not only credit their mentors with helping them choose careers in the security…

Facts about Alarm Response and Key-Holding Services

Facts about Alarm Response and Key-Holding Services
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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.

The Security Resources Available from our Associations in Response to COVID-19

The Security Resources Available from our Associations in Response to COVID-19
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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. 

Mobile Security Patrols: 8 Benefits You Can Recognise Right Now

Mobile Security Patrols: 8 Benefits You Can Recognise Right Now
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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…

TLS 1.0 / 1.1 are being deprecated. Why should you care?

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In October, Microsoft announced that they would be dropping support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1. Apple and Google swiftly followed suit with their own announcements on the very same day. This means that TLS 1.2 will effectively become the default protocol, with websites and companies encouraged to add support for TLS 1.3 as soon as…