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Professional Security: Key Management

Fernando Pires Jul 25, 2016 12:00:00 AM
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As the old saying goes, “To err is human.” Everyone makes mistakes, but some have more far-reaching and even potentially dangerous ramifications than others. In the case of security and its critical mission of protecting people, places and assets, mistakes can lead to losses and potentially cost lives, writes Fernando Pires, VP Sales and Marketing at Morse Watchmans.

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Security Solutions: The Key to Physical Access Control

Fernando Pires May 2, 2016 12:00:00 AM
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Every facility is safer with the addition of a key control and management system from Morse Watchmans. Physical keys continue to be mission-critical for every type of organization, and Morse Watchmans is dedicated to delivering the best solutions for managing, controlling, tracking and auditing all your keys. KeyWatcher Touch Systems are the access control solution for physical keys. Every key is accounted for at all times, with full tracking, reporting and alerts for your defined incidents. SmartKey™ Locker Systems deliver the same level of accountability for small assets including weapons, cash trays and more.

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SecurityWorldHotel.com: Key Management Solution Improves Operations at Heathrow

Fernando Pires Apr 4, 2016 12:00:00 AM
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Purple Parking, the largest off airport car park operator in the UK, has improved operations and increased efficiency at London’s Heathrow Airport using Morse Watchmans’ KeyWatcher key management system

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Hi-Tech Security: Data Centre Security

Fernando Pires Mar 3, 2016 12:00:00 AM
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The protection of networks and data centres is a growing concern given the recent spate of high profile security breaches and it is forcing organisations into taking serious steps to improve protection. For many businesses, this means implementing a combination of passive and active security measures designed to deter, detect and react against threats.

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Security Today: Keep It Simple

Fernando Pires Mar 1, 2016 12:00:00 AM
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Over the past decade, high-tech devices, megapixels, Power over Ethernet, and many other new offerings and improvements have revolutionized the physical security landscape. They have provided the industry with new capabilities at a high level of consistency and performance, and helped to evolve security departments from primarily reactive functions to more proactive team members. Advances in surveillance, access control, monitoring and data management technology have been adopted almost universally, and we are even seeing many of these security solutions migrating to the consumer market in the form of IP cameras, remote locking devices, apps and web-based tools. The Internet of Things (IoT) is sure to take this trend even further in both the commercial and consumer fields. What could possibly go wrong?

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