Tailgating is an on-premises security breach. In a tailgating attack, an unauthorized person follows closely behind someone with an access badge. As the person badges in, the unauthorized person slips in behind them.
Loaded with hazardous materials and dangerous conditions, the site of a former psychiatric hospital in Northville Township, Michigan is not where trespassers should be.
When organizations weigh their options for active security, they often make a choice between “I hire security guards,“ or ”I choose a remote video monitoring service (RVM).” Both approaches to security have their strengths and weaknesses, but one offers significant cost and reliability advantages – RVM.
Across the country, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on businesses. First, widespread closures forced many businesses to close their doors for good. And now, due to a nationwide labor shortage, business owners are having a hard time finding the staff to keep doors open once again.
Police officers are a valuable resource in the fight against property crime. Any time a business or property owner calls 911, they know officers will be there to help. What they often don’t know, however, is how long it will take them to arrive.
Strong security requires a combination of people, processes and technology – but does that include employing physical security guards?
Stolen lumber for sale on Craigslist, “used” catalytic converters on Facebook Marketplace and construction tools on eBay. In the internet age, it’s never been easier for criminals to sell their loot – and it’s happening in broad daylight, on the same sites where millions of legitimate transactions occur every day.
Welcome to “Ask the Experts” – a chance for Pro-Vigil’s team of video surveillance experts to answer your questions about surveillance technology, logistics and beyond. Have a question? Go ahead and ask it, and we’ll do our best to answer it for you.
When people think of mobile video surveillance, they usually think “sites with no infrastructure.” That is, sites without electricity or WiFi connectivity – like those typically found in construction, agriculture, oil and gas exploration, etc.
Original research from Pro-Vigil shines a spotlight on the state of the physical security industry entering 2021. Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic caused abrupt and unexpected change for organizations across industries.
Protecting your business from physical security threats is critical to the success of your business. Here are five security tips to keep your business safe.
Hiring veterans to run your physical security can be a rest-assured way to have the most well-trained personnel for the job. Here’s why.
Just because you have a brand-new business security system doesn’t mean that you’ve checked off all the boxes when it comes to a security threat.
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