Is your security up to scratch?
August 4, 2017
How liable are business owners when it comes to protecting their business from security risks? Whether they are big or small organisations and owners are often oblivious to their responsibilities of implementing preventative measures and countering potential damage to their…
Security robot drowns in a fountain. Drives home security message for businesses: Don’t get distracted by “shiny things”
July 18, 2017
 
A robot security guard has reportedly “committed suicide” after being found face-down in the fountain outside a Washington DC office block, with the sad tale prompting security experts to remind businesses to think carefully about buying artificial intelligence solutions. Staff…
What is Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) Compliance
November 10, 2016
 
Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) is a term used to describe the steps taken to protect employees, customers / clients, contractors, visitors or any other people associated with a business premises, workplace or service. Formerly known as Occupational Health and…
Child Care Security
March 22, 2016
 
When parents leave their children in your care, they expect a level of security above and beyond that of any other commercial enterprise. In fact, with children being the most precious and important (yet vulnerable) 'investment' to society, the systems…
Is Your Business Fraud-Safe?
March 23, 2015
Fraud costs Australian business and government a whopping $5.8 billion each year; that's one third of the nation's overall crime costs. Your business could be caught in the middle; and you might not even know it yet. Calamity was mentioned…
Vet Practice Security - Securing Vet Workplaces
October 31, 2014
As a security professional I have lost count of the number of times a business owner has told me they didn't need a security system or monitoring because they "have nothing to steal". In each case they were viewing crime…
How to Build an A1 Security Monitoring Centre
October 31, 2014
The implementation of a security monitoring centre is one of the most challenging projects a security company can embark upon. Once launched, there is little chance for turning things off, changing things around or turning back without the risk of…
Modern Security and Australia
October 31, 2014
Poor ethics and a lack of innovation are depriving Australians of modern security technology. The security industry needs to work harder. If the electronic security industry were selling cars, then alarm installers in the year 2012 would be flogging Nissan…
All your Eggs in One Giant Humungous Basket
October 31, 2014
RAM (Random Access Memory) is the short-term very fast memory your computer uses, not to be confused with a hard-disk, which generally are larger, but much slower. If you buy the cheapest available computer from Dell, today, it will ship…
Selling Security
October 31, 2014
The Global Financial Crisis has cause many companies to tighten their belts, and find ways of reducing expenses and limiting capital outlay. In many cases, security expenditure is in the crosshairs, though often for completely the wrong reason. When security…
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