Morse Watchmans Blog

Three Unusual Applications for Key Control

Fernando Pires July 12, 2018
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The primary use for key management is right in its name – most applications use it to control and manage their physical keys. By protecting keys, organizations are helping to control access to areas that utilize physical locks.

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Why Key Control Should be a Key Part of Emergency Planning

Fernando Pires July 3, 2018
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Preparation for emergency situations has become a critically important area of business planning for today’s organizations of every kind. While school shootings and other tragedies have taken the lead in the news, events like flooding, fires and power disruptions interrupt operations and cause mayhem for many businesses on a much more regular basis.

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Alleviating Human Error with Key Control Systems

Fernando Pires June 28, 2018
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In the earliest days of Morse Watchmans, our sole product was PowerCheck, our guard tour system. But as we met with security personnel at various organizations, one thing we noticed over and over in their offices was their keys.

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Protect your business from cyber threats: 3 reasons to learn about key control technology as part of the solution

Fernando Pires June 13, 2018
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Cybersecurity is the new security frontier. As more and more of our daily business operations rely on networked technology, hacking has become a growing threat. Data theft, corruption, corporate espionage, and ransomware can all have a devastating impact on your organization. Being adequately prepared to deal with a cyber threat can make or break your business’ ability to handle attacks. Many businesses who deploy strong cyber protections are still leaving themselves vulnerable in another way—physically.

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Why Las Vegas is still a town full of keys

Fernando Pires April 4, 2018
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Las Vegas is unique in the American landscape: it’s a brightly lit tourist destination unlike any other, where money changes hands often and many tourists are looking to lose themselves on a getaway. What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas—but only because Las Vegas has the security to ensure that tourists, gamblers, and employees are protected.

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