Many businesses are having to shut their doors on public access areas and high street locations during the COVID-19 lockdown and we know that this can add to a growing list of worries, particularly about how you can ensure your business premises are secured during any extended shut down or closure period. Under normal circumstances, we would recommend undertaking a security assessment with your security provider to ensure all aspects are covered and to identify any particular security risks that need to be addressed.
At STANLEY Security, our purpose is to help keep our customers, their facilities and their employees safe.
and how security technology and awareness can help! With the topic of security becoming increasingly cyber focused, it’s important for SMEs to not forget and underestimate the physical side. One particular form of attack to be aware of is the social engineering technique called ‘tailgating’ (piggybacking).
Growth is an exciting prospect for SMEs, but owners should be aware that pain can also be part and parcel of gain.
Christmas is a time of peace and joy, but not for everyone! Unfortunately, it can prove to be an opportunistic time for thieves and burglars. Keeping to the theme of the song, here’s our twelve top tips to keep your home/business safe and secure this Christmas...
Saturday 7th September is Small Business Saturday, which highlights small business success and encourages consumers to 'shop local' and support small businesses in their communities.
Intruder prevention is important for businesses to protect their cash flow, safety, and reputation. A good entry-level security system will help both deter and detect intruders.
Moving into your first premises is a big moment for start-up businesses and it comes with many responsibilities – one of which is to ensure you provide a safe and secure environment in which to conduct business. It is vital to anticipate potential security risks, and high up on your list should be intrusion prevention.