How to Think About Security
By Michael Fickes
Facilities professionals use security policies, procedures, and training to build and implement security plans.
Establishing policies and procedures offers a logical way to get from risks identified by a security assessment to the measures necessary to reducing and managing those risks.
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This system now integrates with a wide variety of IP network cameras from Bosch Security Systems, Panasonic, and Sony, giving users enhanced system flexibility. The system now supports PIV card formats, and it seamlessly integrates key security functions to protect a facility’s staff, premises, and assets.
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