Security is Not a Single Thing

Why is security a problem ?

Over the years I have come to understand the three elements that play a role in every crime scene I have investigated i.e.

  1. The victims were poorly educated when it came to knowing and understanding how best to secure their property.
  2. The victims were, consequently, not in control of their situation before the crime took place.
  3. The victims never had security plans for the future

Security is not a single thing; it is a process of layers. For security to be effective and worth the time and effort put into it, it has to be built into your life.

Ideally, it becomes second nature; that is, you automatically go through the processes that keep you secure. This creates a mindset that helps.

Is your will to keep criminals OUT greater than Criminal’s will to find a way in, called willpower

There are hardware and software that will aid your security, but simply having them is not security in itself; they need to be are part of an active security process.

Our consultants work closely with clients to develop comprehensive knowledge of an organization’s operations, culture and unique security needs and our constantly evolving protocols keep us abreast of current trends, allowing us to offer the latest developments in best security practices at all times.

We are dealing with potential criminals, criminals that understand modern technology. Criminals that not afraid of the law process. In this way, it’s time that you and your company think “2012”.Do not make the mistake of thinking that you have all the security questions answered.

It is important that you understand that an alarm system is only an alarm and is not a security solution there are many alarm systems installed but there is still a lot of crime.

We have moved past the stage where an alarm and a guard constitute as business property security and where an alarm and a dog constitute as home security.Some people are just too busy and have no time to think about security measures until it’s too late. Other people might still rely on outdated security systems and have no security plans for the future.