5 common security risks and how to solve them
Companies approach employee safety and security by installing physical security equipment, access controls, and video surveillance systems. They may also have security guards to patrol their facilities, people who respond to alarms, automated alerts that go out when access systems are breached, and general procedures in place when events are detected.
With all of this in place, you may reasonably leap to the mistaken belief that your physical security needs are adequately covered. In reality, these security components and guards are only a first step. The critical “last mile” that will provide real security to you and the organization has not yet been bridged.