Business Security

Corporate theft is a serious issue, and one that should never be taken lightly. Research has shown that theft costs the Australian retail sector over $7.5 billion a year, while employee theft costs a further $1.5 billion annually.

If you own a small business in Australia, then it’s vital that you have the correct security in place. After all, your business is your livelihood, and theft from customers, opportunistic thieves and even staff members can cause damaging losses.

Outside of the retail industry, many businesses begin to slow down over the Christmas period. Some even close entirely. However, because of this, there’s a chance that burglars may target your business.

How do CCTV cameras work at night?

If you’re looking to protect your home or business at night, then a CCTV system can help provide you with peace of mind. Although some ordinary cameras cannot see in the dark, night vision CCTV cameras can. In this post, we will take a look at how they work.

Ten Tips for Office Building Security

This article looks at how you can improve office building security using both simple to implement measures and also harness the latest technologies to make your business safe.

The Future of Building Security

Some years ago, “smart water” was the talk of the security industry and all homes were expected to take up this revolutionary security application. Smart water placed a specific liquid and forensically traceable footprint that could be traced and lead to prosecution, but it has not taken off in the domestic environment successfully. Not all security advances succeed, and this article looks at the future of building security and what we may expect to see in the residential and business security sectors.

With the annual cost of shoplifting to the Australian retail industry estimated to be in the billions of dollars, business owners in the retail sector need to take continued preventative measures.