Securing Your Building While It Is Empty
Buildings that were once full of productivity and collaboration now sit empty and, coupled with a limited workforce, are susceptible to a variety of potential threats.
Throughout the pandemic, security professionals have been at the forefront of innovation when it comes to securing both employees and physical assets. A ccording to a Traction Guest survey, “92% of security and risk management professionals reported that physical security is of greater strategic importance to their organization now than it was before the pandemic.” This newfound focus has led to 87% of companies plan ning to increase their
physical security budget to ensure facilities remain safe and operational in the months ahead. Top pursuits include touchless safety measures, access control and camera systems, and security technology to assist with identifying COVID-19 threats through temperature and social distancing protocols.