Security personnel are seeing their roles expand as they assist companies and communities in combating COVID-19. They are performing temperature screening, monitoring personal protective equipment (PPE) usage and physical distancing, managing building occupancy, controlling line-ups, and even assisting with contact tracing. To support new needs, and keep employees safe at the same time, security companies have instituted new training programs and methods given these changing conditions.
From monitoring new video feeds with analytics to the ability to access complex systems from anywhere within a computer network, improvements in technology are a driving force to help customers protect their people, facilities and assets.
One of the most crucial issues for businesses right now is managing risk. After all, risk, if left unchecked, can be a serious drain on budgets and assets. While risk comes in all shapes and sizes, identifying which incidents cause the biggest danger to your company is critical to protecting your business. Let's consider the possible economic ramifications of risk on business operation
Technology is changing the practice of security but still hasn't diminished the importance of the human element. Technologies such as video surveillance, access control, video analytics and command and control