Dear Hospital Security…
Security at most hospitals is very weak. Over the years my work has involved protecting hospitals on many fronts. Access Control, IP Video, Door Hardware, Fire Alarms, Fire Suppression, Nurse Call, and the list goes on. Over the last dozen years I have visited hundreds of hospitals as part of my work. Often, my visits are without appointments and unscheduled. Continue reading
We’ve polled our customer base over the past three months and have begun to roll out a variety of Locksmith/Security Training Classes at the Grand Rapids Branch of IDN. Continue reading
Many professionals realize that continuing education is vital to their career success. The methods of acquiring additional knowledge and skills relative to your unique profession can take a variety of forms and formats, including: Continue reading
Security Managers often find themselves addressing challenges. Let’s face it, challenges are part and parcel of the job. But, few challenges compare to incidents or investigations focused on the actions of security staff members.
When a member of the security staff is suspected of workplace theft, on-the-job drug use, data breaches, or worse, it can hit a Security Manager right square in the gut. Continue reading
Voice of Security recently caught up with Bill Taylor for a Q & A session hitting on a number of security industry topics. Bill has a long history in the industry and is the current Vice Chairmen of the SIA (Security Industry Association) Board of Directors. Additionally, Bill served as President of Panasonic Systems Networks before leaving them at the end of 2011. In this Q & A, Bill responds to issues in the security manufacturing space as well as offering insights speaking to larger segments of the security industry. Continue reading