By: Adam Baer
Today, it is a rarity to make it through a news cycle without reading a headline about the latest cyber-attack. Stories on Viruses, Hackings, Ransomware and the Darkweb clutter our newsfeeds yet many people, especially small business owners, still have the – it can’t happen to me mentality. Well, I am here to tell you it can and the threats are real. I understand this can be overwhelming for those business owners who don’t have an Information Security Officer (CISO) or even a full-time IT staff but don’t worry; I have a few helpful tips that can protect your data.
By: Bienson Jones
As a retail store owner or operator, you understand the importance of having security cameras. Those cameras are how you deter theft from patrons or staff as well as identify incidents and aid police when necessary. Your store’s camera system is the backbone for loss prevention but what if it could be so much more.
By: Stephanie Valleroy
At its core, physical security is the protection of personnel, hardware, software, networks and data from physical actions that could cause serious loss or damage.
Tech Electronics of Columbia Provides Technology Solutions for Boone County Emergency Communication Center
Columbia, MO (June 8, 2016) – Tech Electronics of Columbia provides technology solutions for the new Boone County Emergency Communication Center. The new $12.8 million facility, completed June 8, includes 500K in state-of-the-art communication and life safety technology.
Webster Dictionary defines risk as: “the possibility that something bad or unpleasant will happen.”
Video surveillance technology is becoming more advanced each year. As technology evolves, security solutions providers are able to give customers more coverage and better picture quality with less equipment. What solution makes this possible – 180 degree and 360 degree multi-sensor cameras. As a security solutions provider we have seen a surge in the installation of these higher mega-pixel, multi-sensors cameras and here is why.
Sherbrooke Village, a long-term care facility located in South St. Louis, MO was expanding its current campus to include a – 60 bed – rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility. The Lodge, was in need a of a complete technology solution, from fire alarm to a wireless network that would provide its residents and staff with a secure, modern and comfortable environment.