Resource pages for "Security"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Majority of business leaders think their next cybersecurity breach will come from the inside. Internal staff accident, malicious intent among top concerns.
Most organizations are unprepared for the loss of key employees, with many lacking a formal process for facilitating knowledge transfer between individuals, reports Info-Tech Research Group.
New survey finds 77 percent of business managers believe their organizations are likely to experience a data breach in the next three years.
Retrofitting your facility with safety and security window film can make unprotected glass safer by reducing dangers from broken glass.
All properties need protection against possible criminal acts, and choosing the best security system depends on the building's needs.
Securing a building’s perimeter with sensors gives staff more time for a proactive response when the security event clock starts ticking.
The October 2022 issue focuses on sustainability and renewable energy trends, plus indoor air quality, mass notifications, and more.
While consumers continue to be wary of the impact artificial intelligence will have on job security, they also recognize how AI can benefit workers, according to a Blumberg Capital survey.
Facility executives can upgrade their surveillance cameras to provide a 24/7 monitoring service that can identify a gun threat.
Whatever your security needs, there is an entry system out there that can meet them.
View this free video webinar and learn how technology can streamline your processes, help you stay proactive, and simplify your work.
Facility managers need to mitigate the risk of their software, IoT devices, or operational tech from being compromised.
A security expert discusses some of the most important security concerns for facility executives in 2022.
Digital transformation and modernization are reshaping the security and identity landscape.
View this free video webinar and learn how to streamline and automate your access control, and help make the return to routines safe and simple.
New LED lighting product line provides effective and uniform lighting across drive lanes and open spaces to ensure optimal safety for parking structures.
More than a quarter of all schools across the U.S. do not have classroom doors that can be locked from the inside.
Facility executives should consider these strategies to keep critical IT infrastructure up and running through the unpredictability of hurricane season.
This guide discusses different kinds of smart locks, and how they can each serve as a form of access control to secure buildings.
The security management system’s latest version unifies user experience, facilitates users’ cloud journeys, and deepens analytics.