The NYPD will launch an all-seeing Domain Awareness System, with the help of Microsoft, that will combine several streams of information to track criminals and potential terrorists.
Serial burglar Jerry Phifer, who is serving a 48-year prison sentence, shares how he was able to burglarize 52 homes during an eight- to 10-month crime spree in 2011.
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Employee theft and fraud contribute to more than 30 percent of
business failures according to the Department of Commerce. Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company works with owners to protect their companies and is offering tips for the 28 million U.S. small business owners to help manage liability risks.
Alarm monitoring is an ultimate line of defense against break-ins and burglary. Whether you are a home owner or a business owner, it is important to have your property monitored 24/7/365, and to have a system in place to alert the authorities in case something goes wrong. As soon as the alarm is activated, it sends a signal to the monitoring station where a representative tries to contact you immediately, and notifies the authorities on first signs of trouble.
Access control systems are a critical component of home security. Integrate surveillance technology and state-of-the-art software to make your access control system more secure
Below you’ll find an Infographic that 2MCCTV created using the data from the annual retail theft survey, by Jack L. Hayes International. Every year, retail companies lose millions of dollars to shoplifters and dishonest employees.
24 of the largest retail companies with 18,518 stores & over $589 billion in retail sales were surveyed. In 2011 alone, over 6 billion dollars was stolen. Over $161 million was recovered from both shoplifting and employee theft, which is only about 2.7% of what was actually stolen. The below Infographic compares the number of total apprehensions and money recovered from both groups in the U.S. in 2011 compared to 2010.
Consumers who believe that security systems only guard against theft haven’t done their homework. Surely the most obvious benefit of a home security system is burglary prevention, and that’s for good reason. According to the FBI crime stats, the average home theft in the U.S. results in $2,185 lost. Alarm systems work in both low-tech and high-tech ways to deter break-ins.On the low tech side, yard signs and window decals often are enough to ward off potential intruders. Most criminals are cowards. Seeing that your home is protected with state of the art technology, burglars will think twice before breaking and entering. If they decide to proceed anyway, sensors by windows and doors detect when someone has entered or exited your home. When your system is armed and an intruder enters your home without punching in your security code, an alert is sent to a monitoring center, manned by security experts. Authorities will be dispatched nearly immediately.But, as the late night commercials say, “Wait! There’s more!” Following are
other ways your system can protect you from common problems: