Security managers have the difficult challenge of making sure each of their employees is doing their job properly, even though they are in different locations and must perform different duties. An integrated security approach that includes simple, reliable technology tools can minimize human error and streamline security patrols and processes.
With global demand for security services forecast to increase 6.9 percent annually, security companies are facing the need to adapt to rapidly changing customer requirements, demographics and technology landscapes.
During the past decade, many corporate security divisions have made tremendous strides to evolve as a key component of their company's organizational strategy and growth. Whether a company's security program is in-house, outsourced or a hybrid of both, the leading global security executives and decision-makers are acutely aware of how to effectively leverage the resource capabilities of intelligence professionals within their organization.
Applying security technology to business continuity and operational efficiency was a major theme for 2018, and will be especially important in 2019. As technology is an integral part of business operations - and with cybersecurity risks at an all-time high - many organizations are utilizing their security platforms beyond traditional applications to improve operations and increase efficiency.
Traditional guarding is getting shaken up by new skills, services and technology. How are guarding firms and security officers shifting their priorities and offerings to keep pace and continue to add value to enterprises and security departments? It’s time to go beyond basic patrol, observe and report functions.
We recently launched our new, long awaited, certification program. This has been met with great enthusiasm from the industry and has prompted many questions. Please join us for this short presentation designed to explain exactly what is required to become an Axis Certified Professional and what the benefits are. Read More