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Ensuring Guest Safety: Best Practices for Hospitality Security

The hospitality industry encompasses hotels, resorts, leisure complexes, restaurants, bars, and other venues that cater to guests and patrons, and security in this sector is vital to ensuring the safety and well-being of guests, protecting assets, and maintaining reputation.

Critical Infrastructure Security Essentials

The systems, assets and facilities which are essential to the functioning of an organisation need a sophisticated level of protection if that organisation is to continue operating and generating revenue.

CCTV Analytics: Using AI to Make Security Proactive

CCTV has for many years been a security system staple, providing a variety of benefits, from real time surveillance to recording vital evidence and acting as a deterrent.

Advanced Alarm Systems: Intrusion Detection and Beyond

The nature of security threats is evolving, driven by the upward scale and complexity of cybercrime which is costing the UK economy millions of pounds every year.

How Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionising Commercial Property Security

As Artificial Intelligence grows in its capabilities, so it is contributing more to commercial property security, with countless businesses taking the decision to integrate security with AI, making their systems proactive and preventive, rather than reactive.

Common Causes of False Alarms and How to Avoid Them

Whilst intruder alarm systems are more advanced than ever, they are still not 100% fool proof – false alarms still happen and, when they do, they can be frustrating.

Crimes Against Businesses – How to Tackle the Biggest Threats to Your Livelihood

The crime against businesses findings from the 2021 Commercial Victimisation Survey were updated in June 2022, and have some quite worrying statistics to impart, of which wholesale and retail businesses are wise to take note.

How to Secure your Self-Catering Holiday Let

If you operate a self-catering holiday let, you’ll have visitors coming and going on a regular basis, which makes it vital to put effective security measures in place, especially if you are managing your property remotely.

Tailgating: Why it’s a Risk, and How to Prevent it

Tailgating, also known as piggybacking, is a high risk security breach where an unauthorised person closely follows an authorised person into an access controlled area; but there are various ways to prevent it.

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