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With Covid 19 changing the game in access control due to infection spreading through touch, discover the different types of access control you could be using for your property.
These days, living with COVID-19 around us has become common place and with this, it is not quite business as usual. Unfortunately, this disease is still highly active, but there are new adoptions businesses and homeowners can employ to help get on with our daily lives.
As the world becomes more digitized, more people are faced with the threat of job losses. From the financial services industry to security (and everything in between), the conversation around technological advancements is taking on an excited and anxious tone simultaneously.
2020 is set to be an exciting year with regard to residential security trends. The Internet of Things, or IoT, is growing exponentially, as is AI (Artificial Intelligence). More and more things are being stored in the cloud, and other technological advancements are making security tighter than ever.
If travelling to far-off destinations or driving to other provinces for bush or beach holidays this festive season is not on the cards for your family, and staying at home is your optimal option, be sure to keep safe and sound this holiday season.
Criminals understand that during this time, families are off on holiday and leave their homes unattended. So, what do they do? They make themselves at home in your home, but the Christmas tree and the presents under it is not their focus.
South African businesses are still experiencing high crime levels. Cyberattacks are on the increase in the country at an alarming rate, and many small firms are feeling the brunt.
As technology evolves, seamless integration has become a vital component of any working system. Adding technological advancements to your property allows for increased operations that can improve the overall quality and experience of any system.
Over the last few years, it’s become clear that the South African Police Service (SAPS) is overburdened and struggling to keep up with the country’s high crime rates. While many people rush to make the conversation about competency and socioeconomic issues, there’s another element to the topic that often goes unnoticed – the numbers.
A lot is happening in the world of private security in South Africa. In the latest development, Police Minister Bheki Cele gazetted a few legislative changes impacting security guards in the country.