The Remote Worker Security Challenge

February 23, 2020
By: Charles Rich, Contributor


Is remote working here to stay? According to research by IBM, only 1 in 10 people working remotely as a result of COVIDd-19, are eager to return to the office any time soon.

Sadly, while many people are celebrating changing attitudes towards working remotely, telecommuting itself is giving rise to a myriad of new cybersecurity challenges.

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The Basics of Physical Security Systems

January 9, 2020
By: Michael Smith, Contributor


Physical Security – Video Surveillance vs Physical Access Control Systems

There is no one size fits all solution when it comes to modern business security. Monitored video surveillance solutions are fantastic for deterring crime and catching criminals as property crimes are in progress. However, physical access control systems are still the number one security solution for actual crime prevention.

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Mass Shooting Warning Signs

Early Warning Signs of Mass Shooting Events


So far throughout 2020, U.S. news headlines have been dominated by the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. However, to date in the United States, there have also been 339 mass shooting events this year. Cumulatively, these have resulted in 1,437 people being wounded and 297 people being killed.


Thankfully, recent research from Worcester State University, suggests that detecting early warning signs of mass shooting events is possible.