Why Security Matters After Your Business Is Closed

You create a security strategy to keep your business, employees and customers safe during business hours. However, what happens when your business closes for the day? Does this mean you don’t need security anymore? The truth is, you need security at your business 24/7. Even though you’re closed, crime doesn’t take the night off. Criminals… Read More

Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Security?

Security is always a good thing, right? As with any good thing, there can be too much of it. In an effort to keep your business, hospital or community safe, it’s easy to go overboard. However, too much security could do more harm than good. Finding the right balance is crucial to ensuring optimal security… Read More

Could Security Robots Boost Your Business’s Security?

Security robots might seem more futuristic than a reality, but robots are starting to be used for security purposes. While they’re not meant to replace human security guards, they do serve as a good compliment to traditional security measures. The big question is just how effective are they? If you’re looking for ways to boost… Read More

How To Make The Best Use Of Your Digital Doorman

You don’t need a physical guard at your business’s entrances and exits to monitor who comes and goes. Instead, make the most of your digital doorman. With remote monitoring and guarding, you can have more control over who enters your building. However, you need to develop a clear strategy to make the most your remote… Read More

2 Things You Can Do To Reduce Theft And Vandalism

Theft and vandalism are two of the most common threats to businesses. This is especially true after business hours. Luckily, businesses don’t have to just sit back and let it happen. It’s much more cost effective to prevent the problems than clean up afterward. The right security makes all the difference. After all, thieves and… Read More

Ultimate Security Risk Management Guide

Security risks exist for every business, but managing those risks varies based on your business, location, number of employees and other factors. Creating a risk management guide is vital to knowing what to do when the worst happens. For instance, what would you do in an active shooter situation? From knowing the risks to practicing… Read More

How To Utilize Internal Resources

You don’t have to rely solely on external resources for your risk management plan. In fact, learning how to utilize internal resources allows you to benefit from all the expertise currently within your business. It’s only when your business works as a solid team that you’re able to avoid and manage risks effectively. While it might… Read More

How To Access Available Resources

Sometimes you might feel like you’re all alone when trying to manage business risks, but the truth is, you have numerous resources available. All you have to do is learn what those resources are and how to access them. From local contacts to employees, you’re not alone. Running a business comes with risks, but you… Read More

How To Identify And Evaluate Scenarios

Knowing your business risks is only part of the battle. The next step is to identify and evaluate scenarios. Scenarios are designed to help you better understand how a risk would unfold and what it would mean for your business. It also helps you plan how to act in such an event. While your business… Read More

How To Manage Your Business Risks

Every business faces a wide variety of risks. From natural disasters to cyber attacks, no business is immune. This doesn’t mean you can’t manage your business risks. In fact, understanding risk management and planning accordingly is just as important as having a detailed business plan. To keep your business growing, you’ll need to find the… Read More