With large swathes of the population currently working from home and commercial premises around the UK closed to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, remote working has become a new reality for many.
For a truly effective CCTV system, you need to monitor it round the clock to check for suspicious activity; otherwise, your system is mostly a deterrent or there to provide evidence post event (when most people would prefer to prevent the ‘event’ in the first place).
STANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, is pleased to announce it will be providing its round the clock safety monitoring and emergency response management services to Blackline Safety customers across the UK and Europe.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread across the globe, more companies are adopting stronger measures to protect employees from contracting and spreading the virus.
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).
Social engineering is a type of security attack that targets businesses through people. According to Nerds Support, 97% of people aren't even able to recognize when they're being targeted. That makes it essential for SME owners to ensure that their staff have full awareness, to protect themselves and the business.
There are several security considerations SMEs need to take when expanding their team and office space. Here are three important tips: