Employee theft is an occupational hazard that no employer wants to encounter. Unfortunately, it’s a crime business owners cannot ignore, with an estimated global loss of $3.5 trillion annually.
There are times when it makes sense to do-it-yourself (DIY) around the home or office. But does setting up your security system for the protection of what matters most - your family or employees - have any advantages? Or, does a professionally designed sy…
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Even though your relationship with your social media apps is often one of both love and hate, we understand that you aren’t willing to give them up yet. After all, you’ve been going pretty strong for years now! Instead, we have a few tips for you to keep …
If you own a pet, chances are high that your pet is treated as a member of the family. PR Newswire reports that 95% of pet owners not only think accordingly but also behave accordingly. If you are one of the 45% who buy your pets birthday gifts or 31% who…
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While you can’t control the weather and other accidents, you can take preventative measures to protect your home from flooding. The dangers posed by floodwaters seeping indoors can be both costly and deadly. Arm your home - and your family - against the a…
When discussing business security, employee theft often ranks at the top of the list but business owners have to cast a wide net to ensure extensive security and safety. Regardless whether it’s internal or external theft, we want you to be Per Mar protect…
The best home security plan is one that includes the entire family. Download the one sheet for ways you can help kids of all ages develop good safety habits in the home.
One of the top risks to any small business is fire. It’s also one of the most expensive, causing property damage, productivity loss, equipment failure, and hiked up insurance premiums.
One of the great ironies of life can be that the devices we create to protect us, can sometimes be used against us. The odds of this happening are slim, but the fear isn’t exactly unfounded.
As we get older, our home security concerns change. What works for families or young people may not meet the unique needs of seniors who live alone. And, just over one in four adults over the age of 65 lives alone.
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