Security Blog

How To Protect Today’s Future Leaders During An Active Shooter Incident

“Lockdown, Lockdown. Lock the door. Shut the lights off, Say no more. Go behind the desk and hide. Wait until it’s safe inside. Lockdown, Lockdown, it’s all done. Now it’s time to have some fun!” There are 36,000 gun deaths a year and 0.2% occur on school grounds. Active shooter incidents in schools are a … Continue reading

How to Keep Your Home Safe While on Vacation

For some, spring break is a time to escape and relax, others unfortunately fall victim to two specific “vacation crimes”: robbery and/or personal larceny. One of the most common mistakes that many makes is announcing their travel plans. While we are happy that you are excited for vacation, this is not the safest thing to … Continue reading

Security Solutions for A Multi-Site Business

There is a lot to consider when it comes to managing a multi-site business. Not only do you have to oversee the performance of your employees, but their safety and security is also a top priority. If you have clients or customers entering and exiting your building daily, you also have to consider their security … Continue reading

The Use of Facial Recognition Technology in London and New York City

Facial recognition technology was first introduced in the 1960s with funding from the U.S military and intelligence agencies. When it was made public knowledge, it was believed to be the software of the future. Over time with technological advances, facial recognition software has become one of the industry’s leading sources for safety and security. The … Continue reading