Distribution & Logistics

What Can Video Solutions Do to Boost Security in Logistics?

Posted by Mark Artis on October 13, 2021

In the past 18 months, shipping and logistics have been dealing with a lot of changes due to the supply chain backlog. Cyberattacks, especially ransomware attacks, have surged in 2020. This isn't something to take lightly as it can be an expensive problem or one that can…

Your Guide to Commercial Security Systems

Posted by Alex Godwin-Austen on October 12, 2021

Get Your Free Copy of Security Systems 101 Now! Is your business losing money because of criminal activity like theft, damage and vandalism? Perhaps you’re looking for ways to mitigate risk and liability from those issues. One way to help put an end to unwanted and suspicious…

How Does Video Surveillance Help Reduce Cargo Theft?

Posted by Sean Murphy on September 16, 2021

It wasn't until the Suez Canal incident that the world saw just how important it is to move cargo safely and securely. One container ship's blocking 422 ships from passing through the Suez Canal for two weeks cost an estimated $400 million an hour in goods according to Lloyd's…

What Is Crime Displacement and Why Does It Matter to Your Business?

Posted by Alex Godwin-Austen on September 15, 2021

Every city experiences it. One neighborhood would be a low-crime area for decades and then crime starts climbing. You know this happens when neighborhood stores start installing bars on the windows and doors. There are also crime-ridden neighborhoods that flip flop and become…

Infographic: The Video Surveillance Safety Checklist

Posted by Jeff Purtell on August 14, 2021

When you’re looking for an effective video surveillance solution for your business, there are many things to consider. What kinds of cameras should you use? Where should you put them? What kind of network do you need to support the system? It can be daunting to think about. You…

How Can Fleets Protect Themselves from Cargo Theft?

Posted by Sean Murphy on July 27, 2021

Here’s some good news: Compared to the same period last year, supply chain theft numbers dropped in the first quarter of 2021 per a press release from CargoNet. Before you breathe a sigh of relief, consider this. USA Today references a different CargoNet report, which reveals…

Bombs Bursting in Air Gave Cargo Thieves Time for Crime

Posted by Sean Murphy on July 14, 2021

When a national holiday rolls around, one thing is certain: businesses close. In the cargo world, this means commodities, equipment, tools and other valuables are left alone and unattended by employees, leaving a wide-open door for thieves. Having just celebrated the Fourth of…

5 Trends in Physical Security Industry Worth Knowing About

Posted by Matthew Clark on July 13, 2021

The many recent hackings have caused companies to shift their focus, time and energy on cybersecurity. Sometimes to the detriment of physical security. The need for cybersecurity is not in question. No company wants to end up in the news or put their customers' information at…