During the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, all over the world, security guards are seeing their roles change as they have been enlisted to assist the community and the government in combating the COVID-19 in what may once have been seen as non-traditional security roles.
Security is quickly becoming an integral component of every level of business. Learn more about how security professionals are aligning themselves with business objectives.
A London-based initiative called the Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) has proved so successful it is being launched across the UK.
Is physical security just a ‘necessary evil’? Philip Ingram, MBE explores how to highlight the power of security to drive business value.
What are the particular challenges facing those tasked with securing government buildings?
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.
Physical security planning can help shift the perception of security services and position you as a true business partner in your organization. Feed into wider business continuity plans and help break down silos between departments.
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.
A few decades ago, the most common corporate security threats that businesses had to worry about involved vandalism, burglary, and other similar actions.
This important role requires to have the abilities to anticipate potential threats, get the team ready to tackle these situations as well as being able to think ahead.
To ensure your hotel is ready for any eventuality, your hotel security management should establish a detailed business continuity plan.