Security-Net Blog: 3.23.20
Protecting your Empty Facility
These are unprecedented times globally, as businesses transition as many employees as possible to work from home in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19. As a result of this shift, many once bustling facilities – schools, corporate offices and places of worship – are now seeing limited visitors, if any at all.
Even though many facilities are now nearly empty or in limited use, security remains a top priority to protect assets and those employees who may need to venture in from time to time to retrieve important files. With this in mind, if your frequency of visitors has significantly changed, you should also review your security system to ensure a few measures are in place.
THE INTEGRATION PROCESS
With approximately 1,200 trained employees, 50 office locations across the United States and Canada, as well as several locations strategically positioned abroad, Security-Net™ provides the industry-specific experience and technology to define your needs, design, build, commission, operate and maintain your integrated security solution.
“In my 35 years of security industry experience, I have met only a few systems integrators in the market today that provide quality customer service and installation. We have used Security-Net members for work at many sites across the US with great results. Security-Net provides a way to take advantage of good entrepreneurial intensity and caring while providing a reasonable avenue to achieve large multi-site work through a single venue.”
“Regardless of geographical location or our client’s preferred solution, I know that I can rely on Security-Net’s qualified and certified technicians to expertly manage, install, and configure the systems which we have designed. Their network of independent security integrators allows our clients to attain the best of both worlds, national coverage with the attention to detail and client satisfaction that independent security integrators provide.”