The Essential Guide to Physical Security Systems for Manufacturing Facilities

Actionable tips to help manufacturing leaders digitally transform physical security systems.

In today’s ever-increasing threat environment, it’s hard to overstate the importance of implementing robust physical security systems in manufacturing facilities.

According to a 2022 CSO survey: “88% of U.S. businesses now experience more physical security threats…”

But the good news is that you can leverage the power of cloud-based platforms to optimize and streamline your physical security systems. And that’s exactly what you’ll learn from this ebook!

We’ve packed this guide with actionable tips and best practices to help you maximize the ROI of your physical security program, systems, and investments. From access control systems to lifecycle management, we cover it all. You’ll learn how to operate security systems in a cloud-first world, overcome challenges in the manufacturing industry, and implement a Physical Security Lifecycle Management Framework.

But that’s not all. 

We’ll also show you how to move away from legacy systems to a cloud-based solution and explore the future of Physical Security in Manufacturing Facilities. And the best part? You can download your free copy today!

Core topics include:
  • The manufacturing risk landscape
  • How to operate security systems in a cloud-first world
  • Overcoming challenges in the manufacturing industry
  • Physical Security Lifecycle Management Framework
  • How to move away from legacy systems to a cloud-based solution.
  • Future of Physical Security in Manufacturing Facilities

Download your free copy today and start taking the right steps to ensure your manufacturing facility remains safe and secure.

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About the author


David A. Santiago (CSP, PSP)

David Santiago is a military veteran with extensive experience in security operations (SecOps) and risk management.

As a security director, David led teams in high-risk environments and worked with security professionals at the highest levels of the government, including the U.S. State Department.

Today, David uses his experience and passion for security to educate others about the importance of physical security and the ongoing cyber-physical convergence.