Managing Access and Authorities at Airports

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Fernando Pires

Fernando Pires

Fernando Pires, CEO of Morse Watchmans Inc.

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Managing Access and Authorities at Airports

The mix of people on site at an airport at any given time will include airport personnel, airline employees, contractors, vendors and travelers. To manage the complex permissions of who is authorized to go where inside and outside the facility, it’s imperative for airports to implement an access control system.

Asset Management for Law Enforcement

A law enforcement officer’s workday can be stressful and challenging. One way to decrease friction at the beginning and end of each day is to ease the checkout and check-in process for items such as two-way radios, mobile devices, laptop computers and firearms. An asset management system with RFID technology is the best solution for this.

3 Reasons You Need to Choose the Best Key Rings

If you are in security, engineering, or maintenance, chances are you carry around a lot of keys every day. The same is true if you’re a corrections officer or in law enforcement. And if you manage a shopping center, a museum, a hotel or any kind of a facility – well, you get the picture. A lot of individuals carry a lot of keys, a lot of the time.

3 Industries Where Asset Management is Critical

No matter what business you’re in, you have assets to protect. While cybersecurity for digital assets is growing in importance in today’s world, most organizations are also in possession of many physical items that need to be secured and accounted for as part of a full risk-management strategy.

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As an American company focused on security, Morse Watchmans has been in existence for over a century. We have always called the state of Connecticut our home.

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