Commercial Security

Business Security: Holiday Shopping Security Tips

For retail businesses, with the holidays right around the corner, you are going to see an increase in foot traffic. This increase in traffic is also going to increase the potential of theft. If you want to reduce losses, such as shrinkable and shoplifting this holiday season, make sure to take steps to enhance your security efforts.

Protect Your Business Against Shoplifters
The holidays are a great time to push promotions and increase your sales. However, if you want to remain profitable, you will have to take steps to protect your business from shoplifting threats. To do this […]

Keep Your Company Safe from Online Threats this Thanksgiving

Did you know that hackers, spammers and other nefarious online individuals don’t take time off? That’s right, they “keep at it” throughout the year, even on holidays meant for family and friends, including Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, their devious efforts to infiltrate your system get even more manipulative as the holidays approach – after all, this is when people are spending and doing more than other times during the year.

One of the most common “tricks” used by these individuals is sending emails to individuals in your company with the subject line of “Thanksgiving.” Once opened, the email leads to a […]

Why Card Access May be the Safest Option for Your Commercial Property

When it comes to your commercial building’s security, one of the best options is a card access control system. Keypad locks and traditional lock and keys are not only outdated, but they can also be difficult to manage. Learn more about why you should consider card access for your commercial property here.

The Traditional Lock and Key: An Outdated, Easy to Breach Form of Security
If you use a traditional lock and key to keep your business secure, you may discover it presents more of a hassle than a benefit. Each key made makes your business that […]

10 Tips to Help Prevent Shoplifting this Fall

During the 2016 calendar years, the average retail business inventory shrink rate increased from 1.38 percent in 2015 to 1.44 percent, according to information from the National Retain Security Survey of 2017. A total of 37 percent of all retail inventory loss was the result of shoplifting by outside customers, which was followed by employee theft at 30 percent, administrative errors representing 21 percent and vendor fraud, five percent. The total worth of all this lost inventory was $48.9 billion.

While you may be using anti-theft tags and video surveillance to deter theft, this may not […]