Managed Physical Security

Physical security is justifiable for nearly every business today. Across the United States, employees assume a baseline level of security in the workplace, and with a seemingly endless number of liabilities, it’s simply not possible for employers to be too careful. However, it’s the vast minority of organizations globally who can afford (or justify) dedicated security management personnel who intimately understand the security technology the organization has...

Security Industry Disruptors – Two Dynamics to Watch

The physical security industry has exploded over the past decade. Acceptance of traditional IT industry conventions in the early 2000s brought more rapid product development than we had ever seen before; development that has empowered us to realize unprecedented reach from the technology and processes we’re implementing today. Surrounded by an ever-changing threat landscape, it’s necessary that the industry constantly evolves. In the midst of this evolution,...

Securing Our Security

Physical security has been an essential part of nearly every successful venture since our very beginning. Charitable organizations located in downtrodden parts of town are intentional about using popular physical security concepts to create a safe space for those they serve. Small businesses gaining momentum on the backs of revolutionary ways of going to market, need to be diligent about protecting their intellectual property that has empowered them to separate themselves from their...

Physical Security: A Dynamic Definition

This article was first published on The Security Professional Directory blog and is intended to provide a high-level overview of the term “physical security,” which is truly dynamic. The definition of physical security must evolve constantly if we as physical security professionals intend to keep pace with the changing threat landscape we operate in. For the reasons shared below, those of us in the security industry need to be regularly collaborating, innovating,...

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