For your internal security department, data collection helps discover patterns in previous security incidents to keep them from occurring again.
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While security budgets may seem like a large amount up front, they should be viewed as investments for your company.
Business intelligence tools give you a closer look into your expenses, revenue, profitability and a good analysis of this data can help you outline future growth for your company.
To increase accountability, security companies can use different tools such as guard monitoring systems to better manage their teams and handle incidents.
The rise of GPS tracking tools and management software has changed workplace processes and security managers' duties.
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Before you approve your security technology purchase order, consider these five pointers that will protect you from buyer remorse.
This year's ASIS event will bring security experts alike to share best practices and help move the industry forward, together.
A physical security plan can have a big impact on how your organization responds to risk.