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We write articles mainly about visitor management, which helps you to know who is (or has been) in your facility. It is just part of an organizationís physical security processes that protect people and property within and around a building or campus.


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4 healthcare security tips that will help mitigate violence

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 by Paul Kazlauskas

Placeholder A hospital can be an emotionally charged place. Most times, patients are not happy to be there. Their family may disagree with the patient’s care, causing tension. This tension can lead to aggression. The violence in hospitals today is staggering. Healthcare workers are hit, scratched, bit, threatened, and harassed with unfortunate regularity. According to a 2014 survey, almost 80% of nurses reported being attacked on the job within the past year. Healthcare workers experience the ...

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Lobby design issues that compromise security

Tuesday, October 27, 2015 by Paul Kazlauskas

PlaceholderThe lobby of any company, school, or healthcare facility is the 1st place the public can enter a building. It is a significantly important area to have a properly designed security protocol. Visitors entering your lobby will need their access restricted (at least initially) so they are funneled to your visitor management system for registration. A poorly designed lobby can increase operational costs by requiring extra staff be hired to overcome any security weaknesses. Unfortunately, ...

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Common issues found during a security assessment

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 by Paul Kazlauskas

PlaceholderSecurity assessments are a holistic look into the overall physical security of a building or facility. It involves a walkthrough of the facility with evaluations of such things as access control systems, CCTV cameras, visitor management, security guards, locks, lighting, gates, and fences. Many organizations never evaluate their existing physical security tools. They may spend thousands of dollars on physical security controls, but don’t know whether they are the correct tools and if ...

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Access control cards won't be disappearing tomorrow

Monday, October 12, 2015 by Paul Kazlauskas

PlaceholderBiometric authentication involves ways of identifying people using a person’s unique physical characteristics such as fingerprints, facial structure, eyes, or voice. The security industry has begun applying biometrics in access control systems because biometrics are hard to forge. There has been a buzz that this new way of identifying people is the wave of the future in facility security and the access control card is going the way of the Dodo Bird. Biometrics could certainly be the ...

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The security risks of an open office layout

Friday, October 02, 2015 by Paul Kazlauskas

Placeholder Open office plans are designed to be collaborative, inviting spaces to work in. These open work spaces, typically for ten or more people, are suitable for activities which demand frequent communication or for routine activities which need relatively little concentration. These office layouts are en vogue for some large corporations, especially the tech industry. Many times, employees don’t have an assigned desk or a lockable file cabinet. Combined with the use of laptops, open office ...

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