Security management

Submitted on February 19, 2021 | John Adams
Security managers in many Australian facilities are responsible not only for the security and protection of property, staff and clients on a site. Many also handle the fire safety role, including the vital area of storing and protecting hazardous waste....
Submitted on February 4, 2021 | John Adams
Groups of juveniles are up to 10 times as likely to be involved in criminal activity than individual youths. Understanding the impact of gang mentality is important for all security professionals seeking to understand youth crime. Sociologists have identified 3...
Submitted on January 29, 2021 | John Adams
Corporate crime is estimated to cost Australian companies billions in lost assets and earning every year. Although controlling internal losses in the corporate environment is difficult, planning – and undertaking audit - is the key. Planning is the cornerstone of...
Submitted on December 8, 2020 | John Adams
What does SEN think are useful proactive practises for security managers wanting to leverage technology in the most effective way to avoid single points of failure? A: They are the same practises we’d think apply to any applications – the...
Submitted on March 9, 2018 | John Adams
One of the greatest challenges for any consultant, integrator or security manager is defending high security applications, particularly locations which are not purpose built or that must retain areas that face the public. WHEN you think high security applications, the...
Submitted on March 9, 2018 | John Adams
WHAT does the current slew of networkable electronic security solutions offer security managers? Sometimes it seems that technology has a way of blinding end users to the operational demands of their sites. How many security managers regularly assess their security...
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