Video Monitoring

8 Reasons Why Scrap Yard Security Needs Video Monitoring

Posted by Mark Mariotti on October 21, 2019

You have one billion reasons to invest in scrap metal recycling security. According to "Metals Theft," the U.S. Department Energy estimates the amount of copper stolen every year is $1 billion. Moreover, between the years 2011 and 2013, there were more than 40,000 claims for the…

What Is Perimeter Security and Why Should I Care?

Posted by Kirk Biddle on October 18, 2019

What exactly is perimeter security? You know that perimeter means the boundaries of a property. And security refers to protecting that area. When you put the two words together, perimeter security is putting systems in place to safeguard everything within the boundary. The goal…

Boost Cannabis Security with Live Video Monitoring

Posted by Mark Mariotti on October 18, 2019

Whether you're a grower or farmer, plan to open a cannabis dispensary, or build a production facility, deploying cannabis security will need to be on your to-do list. U.S. and Canadian cannabis industry laws require businesses handling marijuana to implement a video surveillance…

Who Can Benefit from Mobile Video Surveillance?

Posted by Kirk Biddle on October 17, 2019

You want to ensure your workplace is safe for your employees, vendors, and visitors. However, your site is a temporary or remote one. In this case, a full-blown deployment of live video monitoring may not be ideal. It's not a quick setup and uses cameras meant to be permanently…

Here's How to Overcome the Top 4 Retail Security Problems

Posted by Rick Charney on October 14, 2019

Despite the advent of online shopping, communities still need retail centers. They remain a big contributor to the U.S. economy. One out of every six jobs is in retail, for a total of almost 35 million jobs per the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). The report…

Top 3 Warehouse Security Challenges You Need to Know About

Posted by Sean Murphy on October 11, 2019

Warehouses store a lot of expensive inventory and equipment. With people and transportation constantly flowing in and out of the warehouse property, it's a constant hub of activity. It puts them at risk for many things. Theft is a costly problem. Loss Prevention Magazine reveals…

Why Video Monitoring Needs to Be Part of Warehouse Security

Posted by Sean Murphy on October 9, 2019

Cargo theft is a $15 to $30-billion-dollar problem in the U.S. according to Loss Prevention Magazine. This averages out to one cargo theft every single day of the year and $254,800 loss value per incident. The problem is bigger than the United States. In Canada, cargo theft…

Shopping Center Loitering: Fight Outside of a Restaurant

Posted by Rick Charney on October 7, 2019

You are a property owner. A fight breaks out on your premises. Are you liable?