Businesses that deal in cash are especially prone to robberies. In a perfect world, burglaries wouldn’t happen and they definitely wouldn’t happen while employees are present.
Burglaries happen every 15 seconds in the U.S. with anywhere between 66-75% happening on residential ground. We know our readers are swift and savvy, so we offer you this week’s blog for steps on what to do after an attack on your residence.
We’ve covered at length how to prevent break-ins and keep a secure facility, but some criminals are persistent (have you ever seen The Thomas Crown Affair?) and will make attempts even on the most secure grounds.
Despite advanced warnings, people are regularly injured and homes are damaged by severe storms. Some may have missed the warning but others heard and chose not to respond. Don’t be that family! There are a few simple things you and your family can do in o…
Communication Failure/Failure to Communicate/Phone Line Failure
INDICATION: The alarm system attempted to send a signal to the Monitoring Center
Iowans have reached the end of a two-year deadline for carbon monoxide (CO) detectors and other states are likely to follow suit. Former governor Terry Branstad signed a law into effect requiring Iowa residences with fuel-burning heaters, fireplaces, gas …
Commercial construction projects are especially vulnerable to vandalism and theft because there is little to no protection by way of doors, locks or even walls in many cases.
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While you may feel like you’re in multiple places at once, you can only be in one place at a time as a small business owner.
Data breaches aren’t new but they’re definitely on the rise and the risks are greater than ever. Not only do businesses small and large need a plan in place, but a budget as well.
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Dictionary.com defines social engineering in the context of information security as “the use of deception to manipulate individuals into divulging confidential or personal information that may be used for fraudulent purposes.