Author name: rihanda alwinco

Security is Willpower

Security is WILLPOWER Security is willpower. As impossible as it may seem to believe, people still do not understand security. I came to this conclusion based on people’s responses to emails, proposals, and the type of questions they ask. Living in a digital, information-loaded age, one would expect that a concept such as ‘security’ would …

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Security risk assessor – Who is responsible for security?

The Essential Role of Security Advisors in South Africa Security risk assessor in South Africa, the commitment to safeguarding lives, investments, families, and employees against crime is paramount. This commitment hinges not just on the presence of security measures. But also on the strength of one’s willpower to preempt and deter criminal activities. It prompts …

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Residential security risk – Handbook of 2022

Residential security risk-Below we have attached three links that form part of one publication, “The Resident’s Handbook of 2022.” The first link will take you to the PDF version of the entire magazine. https://print.securitysa.com/digital/1415/files/1415.pdf?a The second link will take you to the article about Security Risk Assessments based on an interview with the Editor of …

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Know the difference: Independent Security Risk Assessment

Over the last 20 years, I have read hundreds, if not thousands, of ‘so-called’ Risk Assessments that was done by various people such as Security Managers, Security companies, Risk Managers and so on. The truth is that I have not found a single assessment that is even remotely close to right. A lot of crucial …

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December 2019

Like so many previous Decembers in South Africa, December 2019 lived up to the crime, violence and murder expectations. No surprises there. The devastation of crime equally affects all Businesses, homes, schools, government facilities, corporate companies, estates, shopping centres and so on. So many people came home after their well-deserved holiday to find their home …

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