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The retail industry is undergoing swift changes, bringing new challenges for security leaders as we look into 2024 and beyond. The National Retail Federation’s Survey highlights that in 2023, retail crime, violence, and theft remain significant issues. Without a substantial shift in the retail sector’s security approach, the situation is expected to worsen. Fortunately, the digital transformation of retail security …

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The threat landscape continues to evolve, and physical security is now more important than ever. While cybersecurity rightfully gets a lot of media attention, physical security remains a critical component of any organization's security program. According to a recent security industry report, 85% of cyber breaches involved a human element, this includes exposure to insider threats and physical breaches.

There's no question that K-12 school security has been a topic of great interest for several years. One recent survey found that over 90% of schools used security cameras in buildings up from 61 percent in less than a decade. With a number of high-profile school shootings in recent years, school districts have increasingly turned to physical security systems to protect their students, staff, and buildings.

In 2022, nearly 80 percent of U.S. retailers listed store violence and organized crime as top security concerns. Additionally, the National Retail Federation (NFR), reported that organized retail crime was up by 27 percent in 2022.

In 2022 Higher education institutions experienced many of the same challenges that other industries in a post-pandemic world have faced. Yet, despite these challenges, colleges and universities have shown strong resiliency by adopting remote solutions and embracing a hybrid approach to teaching and learning.

In the 21st century, most people think that bank robberies are a thing of the past. With so much attention and resources focused on cybercrime, physical security often gets pushed to the back burner. However, recent FBI crime statistics and studies show that bank robberies still threaten financial services.

In 2022, hospitals, long-term care clinics, and other healthcare facilities faced numerous security challenges ranging from workplace violence to data breaches. On the physical front, a survey revealed that most healthcare workers have experienced or been affected by workplace violence.

There's no question that K-12 school security has been a topic of great interest for several years. One recent survey found that over 90% of schools used security cameras in buildings up from 61 percent in less than a decade. With a number of high-profile school shootings in recent years, school districts have increasingly turned to physical security systems to protect their students, staff, and buildings.

In 2022, nearly 80 percent of U.S. retailers listed store violence and organized crime as top security concerns. Additionally, the National Retail Federation (NFR), reported that organized retail crime was up by 27 percent in 2022.

In 2022 Higher education institutions experienced many of the same challenges that other industries in a post-pandemic world have faced. Yet, despite these challenges, colleges and universities have shown strong resiliency by adopting remote solutions and embracing a hybrid approach to teaching and learning.

In the 21st century, most people think that bank robberies are a thing of the past. With so much attention and resources focused on cybercrime, physical security often gets pushed to the back burner. However, recent FBI crime statistics and studies show that bank robberies still threaten financial services.

In 2022, hospitals, long-term care clinics, and other healthcare facilities faced numerous security challenges ranging from workplace violence to data breaches. On the physical front, a survey revealed that most healthcare workers have experienced or been affected by workplace violence.

For many industries, including security, digitization was a top priority in 2022, and the numbers prove it. Spending on digital transformation surpassed $1.3 trillion worldwide, and 91% of enterprises currently have a digital-first business strategy or plan to adopt one.

A more efficient production environment and streamlined workflow helped project managers and installation teams close communication gaps throughout the course of the project. This reduced installation times and increased productivity while providing project managers with better oversight and flexibility throughout the course of the installation.

From Analog to Digital: Automating Work. Robust security systems often start as rough sketches and thought-heavy design experiments. This phase involves hours of discussion with customers about the best solution to fit their needs. A sales person or a designer often needs to walk the job site to plan the design with the system owner.

Hi, I’m Daniela Lopez, a current rising Junior at Trinity University double majoring in Economics and Marketing. Originally from Tamaulipas, Mexico, I moved across the border to Mission, Texas (a city located in the Rio Grande Valley) when I was 7 years old. Now, 13 years later, I am pursuing fields of study that will allow me to gain a deeper understanding of human behaviour.

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The threat landscape continues to evolve, and physical security is now more important than ever. While cybersecurity rightfully gets a lot of media attention, physical security remains a critical component of any organization's security program. According to a recent security industry report, 85% of cyber breaches involved a human element, this includes exposure to insider threats and physical breaches.

There's no question that K-12 school security has been a topic of great interest for several years. One recent survey found that over 90% of schools used security cameras in buildings up from 61 percent in less than a decade. With a number of high-profile school shootings in recent years, school districts have increasingly turned to physical security systems to protect their students, staff, and buildings.

In 2022, nearly 80 percent of U.S. retailers listed store violence and organized crime as top security concerns. Additionally, the National Retail Federation (NFR), reported that organized retail crime was up by 27 percent in 2022.

In 2022 Higher education institutions experienced many of the same challenges that other industries in a post-pandemic world have faced. Yet, despite these challenges, colleges and universities have shown strong resiliency by adopting remote solutions and embracing a hybrid approach to teaching and learning.

In the 21st century, most people think that bank robberies are a thing of the past. With so much attention and resources focused on cybercrime, physical security often gets pushed to the back burner. However, recent FBI crime statistics and studies show that bank robberies still threaten financial services.

In 2022, hospitals, long-term care clinics, and other healthcare facilities faced numerous security challenges ranging from workplace violence to data breaches. On the physical front, a survey revealed that most healthcare workers have experienced or been affected by workplace violence.