Working Dog, Do Not Pet: How Our Canine Counterparts Dominate Modern Security


If you've ever flown through a major airport, you're likely to have seen dogs and their handlers browsing the airport.  While many assume these dogs are looking for drug offenders as part of border control, this is not necessarily the case.  In fact, these dogs are commonly trained to detect explosives instead, helping to secure the airport against dangerous threats to public safety.  They can be found at other major public events too.

21 November 2017

Why You Need Security Guards for Your Business


Technological advancements has made it possible for homeowners and business managers or owners to automate their security systems. Today, homes and commercial premises can be equipped with security cameras that allow for remote monitoring of all corners of the property in real time; or, security alarm systems that can be set to go off immediately they detect a breach in the security system; and the list goes on and on. 

30 May 2017

Home security cameras: a key deterrent


Imagine this hypothetical scenario: You've recently purchased a brand new top-of-the-line tablet. Some brazen thieves work their way to the back of your house and cut a hole in some fly screen. They reached in and managed to make off with your precious tablet. While the tablet was remotely locked to prevent it being of any real monetary value to the thieves, you are still obviously very disappointed to see something you gave invested about $1,000 into being swiped by some lowlife thieves.

27 February 2017