Assessing Private Security: Can We Rely

Live versus digital, real versus virtual. This is a prevailing duality of our era, especially in the last few years with the takeoff of smartphones. So much of our socializing, shopping, studying, and deal sett

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    Live versus digital, real versus virtual. This is a prevailing duality of our era, especially in the last few years with the takeoff of smartphones. So much of our socializing, shopping, studying, and deal settling can all be done virtually now, so the need for live meetings has dwindled. This new existence of both face [...]

    27 Aug
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    How much of a threat is really at stake? That is a major question for private security risk assessment. When calculating the level of private security you would need, knowing the likelihood of security risks will be a guiding factor. By and large, potential security risks are measured via the following reasons: 1.       Valuables.  You [...]

    18 Aug
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    Who, what, where, when? If you have the first three down, the fourth and final question rounds out the parameters of the subject at hand. In the case of assessing private security needs, the “who”, “what”, and “where” need addressing, but also, just as importantly, the “when” is critical, meaning, at what times do you [...]

    11 Aug
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    How much is it worth? That is the question. When assessing private security needs, valuables are taken into serious consideration. Here are some guidelines for thinking about how protecting valuables plays into your overall private security plan.  1.       What are the valuables? Valuables are variable, but usually their worth is determined by monetarily. To be [...]

    5 Aug
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    When determining private security needs for your complex, one of the primary questions is: For whom are we setting up security? By assessing the occupants’ needs for security, you can better plan the private security level suitable for your buildings. Here are the top 3 questions to ask about building occupants in order to understand [...]

    22 Jul
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    We’re all familiar with the “Exit” sign. Designed with either green or red background and bold white capitalized lettering, the Exit sign staunchly proclaims how to get out of any building. “EXIT” is a kind of half offer, half command. Less so, we see signs which say “Entry” because entrances tend to be obvious from [...]

    17 Jul