Security Tips

Infographic: What Are the Best Ways to Secure Your Multi-Family Residential Property?

Posted by Eric Nauta on August 8, 2019

Every 32 seconds, someone moves into an apartment. They all want a safe place to live but may not realize that apartments and condos are 85 percent more likely to be burglarized than single-family homes. This is a big issue for property management. What puts these multifamily…

How Can You Increase Security, Reduce Guard Expenses and Protect Your Bottom Line?

Posted by Norm Charney on April 18, 2019

Find Out In Your Complete Guide to Securing Your Car Dealership According to Google/Comscore, 95 percent of vehicle shoppers begin their research online. So, getting consumers to their lots is a big issue for auto dealerships. Add that to the challenge of protecting valuable…

Are You Making These Office Building Security Mistakes?

Posted by David Charney on April 17, 2019

You're only as strong as your weakest link. This is especially true in building security, an industry that is people-driven. We all know people make mistakes, but not all errors that affect your security management program have a human factor. Here are the five common office…

Our Customized Security Solution is More Than Just Watching Cameras

Posted by Blake Mitchell on December 28, 2018

As a business owner or property manager, you know how important surveillance cameras are for general security and safety, loss prevention and as a crime deterrent. However, with today’s innovative technology, security cameras can do much more than just catch criminals. Stealth…

How Can I Prevent Employee Fraud at my Manufacturing Plant?

Posted by Sean Murphy on December 26, 2018

According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), internal fraud bleeds nearly $4 trillion a year from businesses across the globe. Even though companies can experience theft from outside sources like vendors and customers, the highest losses can be attributed to…

6 Tips to Help Keep Your Property Safe This Holiday Season

Posted by David Charney on December 7, 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for criminals. While stores are brimming with activity, many non-retail businesses may be closed for a few days, so employees can celebrate the season with family. That means offices filled with furniture, computers, phones, TVs and other…

Valuable Tips for Securing Your Construction Site During the Holidays

Posted by Steve Mansell on November 30, 2018

The holidays are here and that means many construction sites will shut down for a day or two, possibly even longer. There’s no question that construction sites are dangerous environments for workers and visitors. Unattended ones can also pose tremendous risks, from theft and…

How Can Commercial Properties Deal with Vagrant Loitering?

Posted on September 24, 2018

Vagrant loitering may seem like a harmless crime, but it can have a negative impact on a commercial property. The mere presence of vagrants and trespassers can make others feel unsafe and may be enough to deter customers from visiting your property, which could affect your net…