Bank Access Control Policy Addresses Safety & Accountability

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Fernando Pires

Fernando Pires

Fernando Pires, CEO of Morse Watchmans Inc.

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Bank Access Control Policy Addresses Safety & Accountability

Considered prime targets for criminal activity, banks and other retail financial operations are generally better prepared than other industries to tackle security threats. From video surveillance systems to sophisticated alarm and intrusion detection systems to improved lighting, a bank’s comprehensive bank access control solution can help to foil even the most determined criminal. Operational procedures also play a significant role in maintaining a safe and secure environment and one of the most important of those is a key control and management policy.

Reducing Shrinkage and Loss with Key Control

Theft, fraud, and losses from other retail “shrink” totaled $50.6 billion in 2018, up from $46.8 billion the year before, according to the National Retail Security Survey by the National Retail Federation and the University of Florida.

Why Maintaining Your Taxi or Limo Fleet Helps Optimize Profitability

Operating a taxi or limo company can be a profitable business, as there will always be a demand for high-quality limo services and ground transportation.

Keeping the Peace with Comprehensive Key Control at Government Buildings

When the subject is how to increase physical security at government buildings like embassies, the focus today is typically on perimeter security and dangers coming from outside the premises. Articles on the topic may discuss the potential need for high walls with concertina wire, or creating a greater setback from the street to minimize damage from explosives.

Securing More Than Just Keys

Can key control control more than just keys? Not only can it – it does. More and more organizations are finding that their need to secure a range of valuable items can be perfectly met by key control systems.

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