Does your stomach take a flip when you begin thinking about how to protect your plant or facility from theft – either physical assets or intellectual property?
It is a huge concern that touches businesses of all sizes and in all industries. If someone isn’t out to actually steal from you, someone else is out there willing to disrupt your business through technology. You know that’s true because you talk to your peers and everyone has a story – or is waiting for their story to unfold.
Security is an integral element of operations
Conzer Security is different in our approach to your protection. We aren’t here with a “package” that gives you x-number of surveillance video security cameras, automatic locks on your doors, and access control systems that are all fitted with some infrastructure and cabling. Every customer has their own unique needs and that’s why we start with a comprehensive risk review of your organization’s problems, needs, and opportunities. Yes, opportunities. Our risk analysis includes an assessment of opportunities that may otherwise go unnoticed and unrealized. Continue reading Sizing Up Risk→
Security has become just as important as education itself in The United States schools system. Paradoxically, there continues to be resistance to installing security systems and processes in our schools.
Faith-based institutions are a prime target for criminal activity across the United States. Not only are places of worship full of valuable assets, faith-based institutions are also community-gathering centers where volunteers provide transportation, event planning, labor and custodial services. Continue reading Securing a House of Worship→
Prom season is almost upon us and we want our high school students to have a great time but safety is always a concern at this time of year. Here are some sobering statistics about prom night and student drinking:
90% of students believe classmates will drink and drive.
Alcohol is involved in almost 1/3 of student road accident fatalities.
54% of students will have four or more drinks on prom night.
About 5,000 students under age 21 die from incidents of under-age drinking in the United States each year