The Benefits of Modern Access Control Systems

Every organisation strives for a secure premise. To achieve this, an Access Control solution with digital capabilities is essential. Beyond traditional security, Access Control solutions are influential in helping organisations reinforce zone restrictions and improve on-site security.Valued by numerous industries including;...

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Benefits of a Physical Security Risk Assessment

Physical security risk assessments – among other terms – have been in existence for centuries. After all, the reason many castles, forts, and other ancient barriers were built was because someone identified a potential threat and then built these...

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7 Reasons to automate your visitor management system

Many businesses are still using manual, paper-based visitor management systems, such as guest books or name tags. These systems are outdated and should be done away with completely. They are difficult and time-consuming to manage. But most importantly, they...

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The importance of Security System Maintenance

Electric Fence and perimeter maintenance are essential for ensuring your security. People rarely buy a car without a maintenance plan and so it begs the question of why your electric fencing and security should be any different? To demonstrate...

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M Secure Officer Saves the Day

In the past few months, it seems that bad news and negative stories are in every article one reads these days. So we were happy to be buoyed by a welcomed positive incident that happened this month. A member...

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Hints and tips – keep safe during protest action

What do you do when a group of employees has decided to picket outside your offices?  They have the right to do so, but there are ways in which you can protect yourself from intimidation and if the protestors become unruly. Here...

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Finding the delicate balance between human rights and property protection

Human Rights Day was celebrated in South Africa on 21 March. This public holiday stems from the atrocities which occurred at Sharpeville in the 1960 but is also a celebration of the progressive constitution of South Africa – and, in particular the Bill...

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