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Optimized your security alarm response

How Well Have You Optimized Your Security Alarm Response?

If you experience a real emergency at your place of business, every second counts. Everything happens fast during a chaotic incident, but what should happen even faster is your emergency response time.
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Five Benefits of Having an Integrated Security System

Five Benefits of Having an Integrated Security System

Manage your information and protect your organization by integrating your disparate security systems.
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in house monitoring

The Pros and Cons of In-House Monitoring vs 3rd Party Monitored Security Systems

Security and loss prevention is a serious concern for most businesses. Luckily, there are options. There are many reputable alarm monitoring businesses that you can research and retain if they meet your needs. Alternatively, some companies choose to set up their own in-house monitoring stations. How can you tell if
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integration of physical life safety

Strategies to Help with the Integration of Physical Life Safety and Cyber-Systems Into One

In a world of increasing overlap between physical and cybersecurity, it is a risky endeavor that so many organizations still operate disparate systems. Companies historically incurred the security risks associated with unconnected systems because of immature technology, costly infrastructure, and the lack of a centralized, global IT governance approach at
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return value

How Does Your Security Team Return Value to the Organization?

Security departments are often treated as cost centers. Yet when you consider the cost in losses, customer confidence, or reparations required had the team’s efforts not been effective, it seems hard to understand why they are not viewed as a value driver. When leaders look for places to cut costs,
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Are You Integrating ALL Your Security Systems? If Not, Here’s Why You Should.

Are You Integrating ALL Your Security Systems? If Not, Here’s Why You Should.

For a long time, businesses focused on security in isolation; one system at a time. Each compartmentalized system worked independently of the others. Then one day, someone wondered: if you have a camera that monitors who enters a building and you have an access control system on the doors, why
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