Security Management


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Allied acquired the security services division of Yale Enforcement, which serves markets including healthcare. By CS Staff · February 07, 2017

The technology systems in new buildings can give facility managers valuable data on how their building is being used. By Brian DiBella · October 24, 2016

Security managers face an array of challenges, and hovering over them all is the challenge to secure funding for their public safety departments. The following article originally ran in Campus Safety's sister publication Security Sales & Integration. By Paul C. Boucherle · October 20, 2016

Experts talked about various cyber and physical security topics at the conference. By Zach Winn · October 15, 2016

With more security devices being placed on networks, your security solutions should be cyber secure. Products need to be thoroughly tested against and designed to withstand hacking attacks. Learn what to be aware of, look for and verify in a vendor. By Darnell Washington · October 14, 2016

Deploy important safeguards to communicate, control access, and secure all doors instantly. By CS Staff · October 14, 2016

Campus security pros must be the voice of reason and accurate information to balance out the ridiculous amount of fear-based messages we get every day. By Robin Hattersley Gray · September 29, 2016

The massive annual conference will add a new feature after partnering with the Department of Homeland Security. By Rodney Bosch · September 12, 2016

The growth in the number of armed officers and the adoption of high technology products are factors contributing to the high projection. By CS Staff · September 02, 2016

Byron Thurmond will serve as NAPCO's VP of School and Campus Security. By CS Staff · September 02, 2016