Safety & Security Blog
The latest in employee safety, duress alarms, and lone worker security.
Security analytics leverage principles of big data to improve security — both physical security and network security.
In light of recent concerns about foreign surveillance cameras entering government buildings, CIOs would be wise to do the necessary research when purchasing physical security products.
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The 2019 Lone Worker Safety Conference highlighted the importance of empowering lone workers to put their safety first.
NJ S.2986 becomes effective on January 1st, 2020, which means hotels need to start installing duress alarms today. Here’s what you need to know:
An incident involving an armed man outside of a New Jersey elementary school underscores the need for legislators to implement the proper security measures to protect students from gun violence.
Lone workers face more risk in the workplace than traditional office employees. Dynamic risk assessment can help these workers stay protected from the unexpected.