Article courtesy of “Security”, the e-newsletter of Security Magazine. Physical security is often defined as the protection of personnel, hardware, software, networks and data from physical actions and events that could cause serious loss or damage to an organisation. Physical security is a vitally important business practice with many goals: to prevent unauthorised persons from entering a business and causing harm; to protect intellectual property from corporate espionage; and to mitigate workplace violence, among other concerns. Today,
At Excell Security we are proud of the service and competitive pricing we offer to our clients. With many metro Melbourne businesses currently utilising the lockdown period to assess their future security needs, we invite you to find out more about the security options and products available to help protect what matters to you…whether it’s your people, your premises, your operations or your stock, we have a solution. If you have been checking out other quotes for access control preventative maintenance
Let’s talk Access Control, an important but often overlooked component of business security. By definition, Access Control restricts and regulates access or entry to a place or resource. Essentially, it involves a strategic business decision to select who can access that place or resource, with the access control solution being provided to meet those security needs. Clearly there are many benefits of restricting access, including: Greater scope to protect beyond doors/gates An access control system has far more possibilities than protecting just doors…think secure
Not all businesses operate on a 9-5 schedule and if your business is one of the many that is open at night or very early in the morning, staff safety should be a priority. Employees who work in round-the-clock occupations like hospitality and healthcare are often at greater risk of falling victim to crime. As an employer you are responsible for making sure your staff feel safe and protected when they are at work.