One of our main goals as a company is to help our customers understand how to get the most out of all of our products. That way, they are able to enjoy the safety and security that comes from knowing their chosen methods for securing their businesses are working to keep their investment safe. If you are interested in improving your company’s security, here are some tips you can use to take things to the next level.
TIPS FOR DOOR SECURITY
- Use a keypad or card access to reduce the likelihood that locks will be bypassed physically.
- Make sure that any registered master key holders are properly trained and keep the number of those key holders to a minimum.
- Use an intercom system to communicate with guests prior to allowing them access to any secure areas.
- Make use of lights for your doorways. Keeping locked doors illuminated makes it more difficult to approach the building undetected.
- Use cameras where applicable to keep an eye on the approach to doors and the hallways immediately inside exterior doors.
- Consider adding an alarm for after-hours security.
TIPS FOR INTERIOR SECURITY
In addition to tactics that can secure the entrances and exits, many businesses benefit from internal security. To help keep your confidential projects secure and to ensure that visitors do not accidentally find themselves wandering into confidential information, try these tips.
- Implement keycard access inside the building to segregate high-security areas—especially areas with technological vulnerabilities like server farms.
- Implement interior cameras to monitor any doors or checkpoints erected to safeguard those confidential areas.
- Use escorts and visitors’ passes to ensure that guests in the building find their way without worrying about their access to confidential information.
WORKING WITH A SECURITY COMPANY
If you are wondering how many of these tips apply to your business in its current state and what you need to be prepared to deal with as your company grows, contact us for more information. We can help with estimates, security assessments, and other resources.