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Basic Ideas,Surprising Tips and Zany Facts About Security

Hello. This blog is about home and business security. I hope to include surprising tips you have never heard before as well as important facts to keep you amused. However, I also plan to write a few posts for novices to the world of security. My name is Susan, and home security has always been important to me. When I was a kid, I used to have nightmares, and knowing that the doors where securely locked always seemed to help. Now, as an adult, I am still serious about security, and I personally oversee every aspect of the security system and locks at my home and business.

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See How Security Guards Make Your Business Stable and Reputable
22 October 2019

The success of your business depends on the securi

Are You Making Common Business Security Mistakes?
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As a business owner, you're probably always thinki

Planning a Large Public Event: 3 Benefits of Hiring a Bomb Detection Dog
21 December 2017

If you are planning to host a large public event,

Glossary of Terms to Learn When Choosing a Home Alarm System
23 August 2017

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5 Reasons You Should Use an Electronic Lock System to Protect Your Business Premises
28 February 2017

If you still use old-fashioned mechanical locks an

See How Security Guards Make Your Business Stable and Reputable

The success of your business depends on the security you offer it. Security is among the aspects you can't overlook and expect your business to thrive. People use a lot of money to establish a huge business. No businessperson wants to imagine losing whatever they have in their business. Thieves will still do whatever they can to access your business even though the windows and doors of your business seem secure. Read More 

Are You Making Common Business Security Mistakes?

As a business owner, you're probably always thinking of new ways to increase your profits. When your security is lackluster, you may lose money without realising what's happening. Avoid the following mistakes to prevent security mistakes from costing your business money. Failing to perform regular checks of your business security systems When you're managing a busy business, it's easy to forget about certain aspects of managing it. After installing your security system, you may assume that it's protecting your venture around the clock. Read More 

Planning a Large Public Event: 3 Benefits of Hiring a Bomb Detection Dog

If you are planning to host a large public event, you may be concerned about the threat of terrorism. The current threat level in Australia is PROBABLE. This means that Australian security services have information that indicates that an individual or group possesses the intent and the capability to carry out an attack. Despite the increase in vehicle born attacks, the calling card of many terrorists remains the explosive device. The best way to combat this threat is by hiring a team of bomb detection dogs. Read More 

Glossary of Terms to Learn When Choosing a Home Alarm System

When you're ready to choose a new alarm system for your home, you may wonder if the cheapest model will offer the security you need, or if the most expensive model has unnecessary features that you don't need. Rather than choosing by price alone, you might note a few terms you'll encounter when shopping, so you better understand the differences between systems and can choose the best one for your home. Read More 

5 Reasons You Should Use an Electronic Lock System to Protect Your Business Premises

If you still use old-fashioned mechanical locks and keys to protect your business premises, you could be missing out on the benefits that an electronic locking system can bring. From enhanced security to greater convenience, electronic security systems have many advantages. Here are five reasons to invest today in an electronic lock system for your business. 1. Prevent Lost Keys How many times have you had to change your mechanical locks because an employee has lost a key and you can't be sure that it has not fallen into the wrong hands? Read More