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Business Security: Risk Situations You Hadn't Considered


Security is a fundamental aspect for the efficient operation of your company, which allows you to prevent and protect it from external and internal threats. However, on some occasions, business representatives or company executives do not understand the different aspects and areas of security that your company must cover to avoid these dangers. There are measures that you must take to ensure that your business is protected and secure, as you do not want information that leaks from your new projects and your customers, or that leads to stolen products or money.

Security Types

There are several security aspects that your company must consider: physical security, digital security, and administrative security.

1) Physical Security

Physical security establishes physical measures that prevent and deny unauthorized access to the company and its facilities. Among the most important physical security components you must know about:

Security Guards – a good security team may be necessary to regulate access to your company's facilities and resolve onsite conflicts.

Security Cameras – this technology will allow you to observe and record everything that happens on your premises, allowing you to have control over what, how, when and who carries out each activity of the company.

Alarms and Motion Sensor Devices – High-tech tools can detect unauthorized access to a zoned area by means of a sensor that detects movement, heat, or noise. Some alarms are mechanically activated such as door contacts.

Barriers and Reinforced Doors – these are the controls that may first come to mind when you think about the physical security of a company. Within this category you can include the walls of the facilities, fences, reinforced doors, and other physically imposing or resilient barriers to provide greater security and strength than normal.

Safes – these tough, sturdy boxes can be defined as high resistance security compartments used to store valuable objects. How big is a safe? What does a safe weigh? How do you open a safe? There are a wide variety available, depending on your needs. However, one of the best options you can find on the market today is the one offered by Rolland, the Forza safe, with the best value for money, stronger materials, hidden hinge systems that make it difficult to open, impressive durability, and a design friendly to all environments.

2) Digital Security

This field of security includes the use of technology to regulate access to confidential company information and documentation. Among the most popular you must take into account:

Security cards – coded cards that regulate and log access when swiping them through or bringing them closer to the corresponding receiver located at each door. As long as the card and the receiver share the same code, access is permitted.

Encryption – this system allows the company to keep its electronic files secure by using passwords and codes to block or disguise them.

Access control lists – this list regulates both the entry and exit of each of the company's employees or authorized visitors.

3) Administrative Security

Staff training – the basis of all security depends on your personal safety – that is, on each worker – so it will be necessary to conduct training courses for your employees so that they know and learn how to act to protect your company and against certain threats.

Staff registration and monitoring – a database in which each daily entry and exit through your facilities is recorded, for example, by means of security cards or biometric security systems with fingerprints.

Conclusion

In short, if you want your company to be secure, you must consider every field of security discussed above and invest time and money in learning and acquiring controls and tools that make your company’s security a strength.

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