Securing commercial real estate with a combination of physical and cybersecurity tactics is critical to ensuring property is adequately protected. On-premise and cloud-based security systems are merging, with the latter becoming more popular among business owners.
There is a lot to consider when deciding on new fire alarm technology. Whether you are installing a new fire alarm system or adding to an existing system, flexibility is a crucial consideration in order to prepare for future building requirements and/or technology changes. Adaptations and technology upgrades to satisfy changing code regulations can often be the most significant expenses associated with life safety systems after installation. It is important to learn how your system can handle these adaptations and how much it will cost to upgrade and maintain your new system. Learning the difference between proprietary and non-proprietary fire alarm systems will help you to avoid unnecessary expenses during upgrades or expansions.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) took a major step toward improving commercial truck and bus safety with the launch of the Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA) program.
ON DEMAND: The threat environment in commercial real estate has changed dramatically over the past 10 years, including the real threat of pandemics, active shooters, explosive devices, extreme weather and natural disasters, among other significant threats to commercial facilities.