Facility Security


2 Dead After Shooting at Grambling State University

2 Dead After Shooting at Grambling State University

A student and visitor were found dead in the courtyard between two dorms early Wednesday morning.

San Jose State Installs New Gunshot Detection System, Surveillance

San Jose State Installs New Gunshot Detection System, Surveillance

San Jose State University is reviewing their newly installed security system that includes gunshot detection and license plate readers.

3 Security Challenges Houston Will Face Hosting the World Series

3 Security Challenges Houston Will Face Hosting the World Series

Houston Police, federal security agencies and surrounding security professionals will have to overcome challenges to keep Minute Maid Park safe and secure.

Security and Tensions Are High Ahead of Richard Spencers Speech at UF

Security and Tensions Are High Ahead of Richard Spencer's Speech at UF

Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for the event.

Three Dead, Two Injured in Maryland Workplace Shooting

UPDATE: Maryland Workplace Shooter Captured in Delaware

Radeed Prince killed three and injured two more in Edgewood, Maryland and injured one more in Wilmington, Delaware.

Overseas Holiday Markets Looking to Bolster Security to Prevent Attacks

Overseas Holiday Markets Looking to Bolster Security to Prevent Attacks

Attacks on Christmas markets and festivals in 2016 have motivated officials to boost security in order to prevent mass-casualty attacks.

Cardinals Request Security Certification for Busch Stadium

Cardinals Request Security Certification for Busch Stadium

The certification would give the stadium legal protections in the event of a terrorist attack.

Sporting Events Boost Security after Las Vegas Shooting

Sporting Events Boost Security after Las Vegas Shooting

Several sporting arenas boosted security after a lone gunman killed 58 people at an outdoor concert.



How to Train Like a First Responder to Workplace Violence Events

How to Train Like a First Responder to Workplace Violence Events

As organizations seek to adapt to this growing concern, a greater focus is being placed on what a person can do to be safe and how to impart this vital information.

Security Experts Weigh In on Las Vegas Shooting

Security Experts Weigh In on Las Vegas Shooting

America’s deadliest mass shooting will change security as we know it.

Las Vegas Shooting Highlights Need for Hotel Security

Las Vegas Shooting Highlights Need for Hotel Security

Could hotel security have caught Stephen Paddock before he brutally shot and killed 59 people in Las Vegas?

Multiply and Conquer

Technology is increasingly being used as a force multiplier to help law enforcement agencies protect and serve. One way agencies are turning technology into a crime-fighting tool is by creating what’s called a “virtual fence” around a perimeter, such as city limits or a parking lot, by installing a network of license plate reader (LPR) cameras to monitor an area.

All the Hype

All the Hype

Alongside the hype in the media about the border wall, this might be a good time for commercial and industrial companies to take a closer look at their own borders. Threat levels are increasing due to rising crime, civil activism and even cyber threats and it is more important than ever to push the line of defense all the way to the borders.

Anti-ram Fencing

Vehicle ramming attacks are on the rise in the United States and abroad. Already in 2017, there have been no less than seven major attacks worldwide resulting in 24 people dead and another 153 injured.

From students and faculty to business owners and employees, everyone can benefit from learning how to keep their data safe.

Compliant isn't Secure: 4 Steps to Keep Your Data Safe

From students and faculty to business owners and employees, everyone can benefit from learning how to keep their data safe.

Private Security Outnumber Police Around the World

Private Security Outnumber Police Around the World

In at least half of the world’s countries, private security workers outnumber police officers. More than 40 countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, have more guards privately hired to protect certain people, places and things than police officers whose duty it is to protect the public.

Landing the Proper Security

Landing the Proper Security

Events in recent history concerning attacks on transportation hubs have increased the importance of safeguarding airports around the world and further highlighted the need for accurate, reliable and smart security systems to protect aviation assets.

Gas Monkey Security

Industry Vertical

Gas Monkey Security

Richard Rawlings is the kind of guy that keeps track of everything in his shop, and when his Gas Monkey Garage started booming, an up-to-date security system was critical.

Secure Assets

Secure Assets

Andina chose a Milestone system that allows video to be recorded and viewed by authorized users from anywhere on the network, and brings centralized control of multiple sites. This capability helps the company reduce the need for duplicate staff or equipment in each location, with potential savings of thousands of dollars in salaries and equipment costs.

Getting Access

Getting Access

Multi-tenant buildings present security challenges not found in single-user facilities. Tenants may come and go at different times. The numbers and types of visitors needing access will vary, and then there are differences between commercial and residential multi-tenant buildings.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - March 2019

    March 2019

    Featuring:

    • Continued Integrity
    • A Secure Healthcare Prescription
    • Looking Beyond the Hype
    • Double Down on Casino Security
    • Are You Throwing Money Away

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  • Environmental Protection
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Infrastructure Solutions Group
  • School Planning & Managmenet
  • College Planning & Management
  • Campus Security & Life Safety