What price can you put on the security of your business premises? If you are in charge of a large business you are going to want to make sure that all the people, documents and other assets are going to be secure at all times. Morning, noon and night you need to think about the how secure the premises are going to be and what the cost would be if anything did hire personal security team happen.
Whatever type of business you are in, it is imperative that you sought out your security. If you do not have the expertise to handle this yourself then you need to outsource this to a company that is experienced in security. Getting security right is never an easy thing so make sure you use someone that has been supplying security services for many years.
From a fully integrated control room and CCTV cameras set up and installed around the premises to remote locking and unlocking of the rooms and buildings and dedicated security guards; your security needs to be handled entirely by one company so that you know that each and every part of the service is handled centrally. It is vital that you get the best all round service possible to be sure that your premises are going to be secure.
Every business is different to the next which is why, whoever you are; you need a bespoke security service to match your requirements. Whether you are a small business in one building or an international company managing several buildings you need a security service that will protect all your assets. Knowing the risks to your company from a security point of view is important but what if you aren’t sure about the risks?
Security training has become an almost trendy market in this second half of the 21st century’s first decade. Companies who traditionally supplied peripheral security services have hopped on the bandwagon and started offering security courses, providing participants with relevant skills and knowledge, and even a course certificate or “diploma” to validate their completion of the course. This sudden spurt of security training academies and programs begs the questions: how do I know that I’m receiving professional training from industry professionals? And are these companies free to offer whatever security training services they deem fit, or are they governed by some sort of regulatory body?
First, it should be noted that there are in fact many academies and companies that have been providing professional services for decades. They have reputable local and/or international credibility and have established a deserved name for themselves even before the “trend” to provide such services arrived on the security scene. One can even find services and academies on six out of seven of the world’s continents. The private security industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in South Africa, and private Israeli security training companies are among the industry’s leaders, as Israel is still regarded as the world’s leading authority on intelligence and security. Their CEOs, instructors and lecturers are most often veterans of the country’s state security agencies, and have transferred this knowledge acquired in the public sector to the private sector.