What I Do Matters: Justin Dunbarr

by Faust, Casey in October 2018 Roswell International Air Center Airport STSO Justin Dunbarr With his father in the army growing up, Justin Dunbarr lived at various times in Washington state, upstate New York, and even Panama until finally settling with his family in Roswell, New Mexico in the late nineties. As a child, he saw how well… Read More

Safety First: How to Educate Your Staff With the Correct Safety Skills

It makes no difference where their personnel are working; a security manager’s primary concern will always be for the safety of their staff. And no business in the Athens area is exempt from the incidents and emergencies that could require a rapid and effective response that is only possible through properly training the staff. Security… Read More

6 Ways Regular Security Visits Can Save You Thousands

Even with surveillance cameras and alarm systems, you might still need additional security, especially after hours. This is where regular security visits help. A security guard can drive by to look for anything suspicious and then come back later to do so again. Whether it’s just driving through a dealership’s parking lot or walking the… Read More

Phishing Scams – Help Your Team Protect You

Phishing scams are becoming increasingly more common. Odds are, you could check your spam folder and find at least a dozen poor attempts to steal your information. The problem is, many of these scams look legitimate until it’s too late. It’s not unusual for your security teams to be targets of these scams. After all,… Read More

Stop False Alarms With Remote Guarding

If you have a security system installed, false alarms are going to happen, but that may not put you on good terms with local emergency services. Whether it’s the security company’s fault or your own, it’s vital to stop false alarms so emergency services don’t treat a real incident as your company simply crying wolf… Read More

Why Your Event Team Needs To Work Closely With Security

Your event team has a full plate when it comes to coordinating everything involved in major and even minor events. One area they shouldn’t overlook is security. Whether you have your own security team already or are bringing in a security team, your event team must work closely with security. To pull off a great… Read More

How To Build Access Control Into Your Security Plan

When you think of security, you probably immediately think of locked doors, but what about other types of access control? Even if you have surveillance cameras and security guards, it’s vital to have different types of access control elements as part of your security plan. This provides you with a more comprehensive and advanced security… Read More

Shopping Center Security – Building A Customizable Partnership

Shopping center security varies greatly based on the type of shopping center, location, number of customers, types of merchandise and more. That’s why your shopping center needs a customizable partnership with a trusted security firm. You get the security you need to keep your businesses and customers safer. For optimal security, you need a true… Read More

Security Best Practices – The Ultimate Checklist

How physically secure is your business? In the digital age, many security resources are focused on cybersecurity, but there are other threats. From basic thefts to active shooter incidents, it’s important to prepare your business to handle anything. If you’re not sure where to start, use these security best practices as a starting point to… Read More

This Technology Is Changing Industrial Security

Industrial security is becoming more advanced as technology changes, which is a good thing. After all, what business wouldn’t want easier and better ways to secure their assets? The good news is technology complements traditional physical security to create a much more secure environment. What is this amazing technology? While you could call it remote… Read More