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Are You At High Risk?
If you're an owner of a business that sells high technology (TVs, IPhones, Laptops, etc), fine jewelry, artifacts, paintings or anything that is of high value, you may have questioned the strength of your security.
As you look back, it seems that you have taken the correct precautions:
You've made sure to have an alarm system installed along with CCTVs to make sure you can keep an eye on everything all at once. You've hired security and even installed a fire alarm in case a lightbulb blows a fuse.
Surely, you should feel 100% secure... right?
What Is It That You're Missing?
For some, this may be all the precautions that one needs to take, however for others, sometimes extra safety protocols need to be taken into consideration.
For those who sell highly valuable items, unfortunately, your security may still be at high risk.
Yes, the alarm systems and CCTVs put in place can help if you happened to be robbed during a time when you and your staff were not there, but they can only save you to a certain degree.
If something happens during after hours, one needs to be sure that all of their items are secured proficiently in order to ensure that these situations are avoided at all costs.
Access Control is the Last Line of Defense
For some, it may be a good decision to consider Access Control.
Access Control is a way of guaranteeing that only specific individuals are authorized to have access to certain data, locks, or entry into areas.
You may have seen something like this in movies, where people use their handprint to access a room or a face scan to verify who is unlocking data in a database.
With this, at least if someone does try to break in, they will have a difficult time attempting to steal any high valued or encased items.
The alarm system will already go off, either notifying security or the police, and the perpetrator will feel so overwhelmed, they'll most likely flee the scene with all of your items still untouched.
This may not be necessary for everyone, but it is definitely nice to have, knowing that the system only gives the managers and/or owners access to items and rooms.
In the end, you will feel 100% relief knowing that your business will be completely secure with its last line of defense.
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