Starting your own business is a big endeavor, one that needs to be kept safe. Learn tips for improving the security of your establishment.

Secure Your Virtual Data Through A Digital Risk Assessment

3 April 2018
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Companies today rely on their digital information, often more than their physical assets. From small businesses to large enterprises, many companies find that they are experiencing more serious digital attacks. An enterprise vulnerability assessment can help an organization both identify and mitigate many of its risks. Here's what you need to know about conducting a digital risk assessment. Locating Your Data Sources  Where is data being held and how is it being secured?
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3 Reasons To Hire A Security Guard For Your Store Parking Lot

21 November 2017
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If you're the owner of large establishment, such as a clothing store or home goods store, you may have a large parking lot available for all your customers. They'd be able to conveniently park in a spot, walk into the store, and start shopping. You may not have a security guard patrolling the lot at the moment, but it's something you may be thinking about. There are several good reasons to hire a security guard who can keep an eye on everything that's going on.
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3 Ways To Ramp Up Security Inside Your Establishment

30 July 2017
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Are you the current owner of a business? Many customers may come in and out of your establishment on a daily basis. However, over the past several years, you may have noticed several frightening situations on the news that have caused you to reconsider the specific security measures you are taking to protect your employees as well as your customers. If you want to make sure everyone is able to work and shop peacefully in a safe environment, there are several ways to ramp up security for extra protection.
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How To Add Visual Security To Your Business Identification Cards

28 June 2017
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If you are in the process of creating new identification cards for the staff at your business, and security is a concern for your business, you are going to want to make sure that your identification cards include visual security elements. #1 Holographic Foils & Images An easy way to increase the security of your business is by adding a holographic foil or image to the card. This image can be placed on the surface of the card or it can be embedded down below the surface.
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Opening Your Own Insurance Firm In New York? You Should Use A Cybersecurity Program

17 June 2017
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If you are opening your own insurance firm and you live in New York, there are many things you need to do before you can open your doors. One of these things is to have a good cyber security program in place. Below is some more information about this so you can get started. What is Cybersecurity Cybersecurity is protecting your network from threats, such as someone hacking into your system to obtain personal information, as well as information about your company and your clients.
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About Me
Protecting a Business Investment

A few years ago, a dear friend of mine decided to open a family restaurant in my hometown. Opening an eatery had been a lifelong dream of hers. Fortunately, she enjoyed early success at her business establishment. The comfort food and welcoming atmosphere at the restaurant helped her secure several, repeat customers quickly. Sadly, a few of the people who ate at her restaurant didn’t pay for their meals. Due to this issue, she installed state-of-the-art security cameras at her place of business. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best types of security cameras to install in restaurants. Enjoy!