3 Signs Your Business Property Security is Outdated
Security is an important part of operating a business. Whether you run it from a home office or own a large corporate building, you need to have the protection of your information and your company. Security ranges from anything between cameras to an alarm system to cyber security, so it's important to figure out what type of security, if not all, is the best fit for your business.
Once you figure that out, next you need to see if your technology and security are updated. You might ask yourself, "why does it need to be updated?" The answer is that more and more theft and crime happen every day, even when you're unaware of it. If your technology is outdated, there's a good chance that hackers, burglars, or whomever else can easily get access to your company. Let's protect your business. Here's how to tell if your security needs an update.
Lack of Real-Time Data
Real-time data allows companies to use real-time setups that monitor an entire network and collect details about traffic levels. Anything from a project or presentation reminder to an incident report being filed. It also can connect to multiple devices. This way, you're always in the know about what goes on in your company, even if you're not in the same room.
Real-time adaptive security also can work throughout multiple areas around the vicinity for those who need to work together under one project. If there are a bunch of moving parts on the network, or increasingly advanced threats targeting enterprises, you'll be notified under this service.
Overall, wouldn't you rather be informed of what's happening at the moment versus a delay? This way, you're always in the know of what's going on.
Lack of Control and Visibility Remotely
If it's your company, wouldn't you want to know what's going on around your building? There are so many different opportunities to make yourself aware of your surroundings. For example, a security camera system is a great way to have eyes around the building. It allows you to see footage of what's happening in places you can't see in your direct line of view. You can view these videos on your phone.
Other mobile visibility includes door cameras, where you can get notified when there's movement at your door or someone rings the bell. This is great for a small office or home office. The door camera system connects to an app that you can download on your phone. You can then track who's near the door without having to leave your post.
Card access systems are also a large part of having control in your business. You should be able to have a say in who's allowed in your building. By giving your workers a card, they can have access to the building. From these cards, you also get to see who comes in and out of the building at any given time.
Lack of Real-Time Alerts
If you're not getting real-time notifications about things that are happening around your company, it's time to re-evaluate your technology. If there's an emergency in your building, wouldn't you rather be notified of what's happening at the moment as opposed to hearing about it when it's too late?
This goes for any type of notification. If your CO2 levels are high some devices notify you through an app on your phone. If there's a burglar in your building who snuck in the back door or through a window, wouldn't you want the police to be notified immediately, and wouldn't you want to know about it?
A lack of real-time alerts means that you, your workers, and your business property is not safe. Make sure you get notified of everything going on in your company to protect it.
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