Understanding the Different Types of Business Security Products
Billions of dollars are lost every year by companies by way of employee theft and security breach. There are several studies to indicate that more than half of employees have stolen something at least once in their lifetime. This theft could either involve theft of goods or even theft of confidential client and employee data. This information is often used to leverage with competitor companies. While you can’t always ensure 100% security compliance, it is always possible to take steps to prevent security breach. Business security companies all over the world are coming up with hundreds of products that are aimed to secure facilities. Some of these include:
Key Card Access Systems:
For those looking to restrict access within the company premises, key card access systems are the best bet. With the help of this card you can define, allow, and deny access to employees. The card system can also be applied to grant or restrict access to contractors and other external staff. The contractor would not be allowed in sensitive areas, whereas managers in the higher ladders would be allowed access in all areas. Besides regulating access, the system also allows employers to monitor attendance, work hours and other activities of employees. You can even generate reports and reviews with the help of these systems.
Business Security Camera Systems:
Digital and analog surveillance cameras are often used by many facilities including retail owners to prevent theft. You can use these to protect the interiors and exteriors of your company. The megapixel quality ranges from 2 to even 20; make sure you use the right one, according to the requirement. For instance, the wide angle and high resolution megapixel camera can be used for parking lots. There are ones that can be used in areas with a lot of light or in darkness. There are some that use up to 30 frames per second, and others that use H.264 video compression to offer improved bandwidth and storage.
Door Intercom Video System:
The first thing that you can do to prevent fraud and theft is to restrict access to people coming inside the facility. When you know about the kind of people coming inside the facility, you are indeed in better control of them. As the name suggests, this intercom can be installed in doors to know who is visiting your premise. But when you buy such a system, make sure that you do not cut corners and buy ones that offer superior features. A good system is sure to include features like wide angle cameras that provide 170° view, PanTilt and Zoom features, hands free communication, high resolution monitors, etc.
While the use of these systems is indeed good, it is important to create an environment of trust and faith.
Oliver Walker - About Author:
The author of this article discusses the different technologies provided by business security companies including door intercom video system and business security camera systems.
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