Category: Facility Security

Every organization has its own unique facility security needs, but the basics of gatekeeping are nearly universal. We take a look at all levels of facility security, including building access, protocol and procedures, visitors, security staffing, the common challenges for specific types of facilities, and much more.

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The YouTube Shooting and Workplace Culture in Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley, the epicenter of technology in the United States, was built upon, and still thrives on, open exchanges and disruptive thinking. These tenets are woven into the cultures of many workplaces and serve to foster radical innovation and attract the best talent they can. This was all brought into stark relief in the days […]

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KnightScope Robot in a Parking Lot

Robot Security Technology Helps Business Reduce Incidents and Costs

In an April 3, 2018, press release, XPO Logistics, a global transportation and logistics provider, discussed the results from the first 6 months following its addition of an autonomous security robot to its security team. XPO reports that after contracting with Knightscope in October 2017, the robot has helped reduce the number of parking lot […]

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TSA Chief: Security Needs to Move Beyond Checkpoints

Anyone who travels by air is very familiar with airport security checkpoints. But are they effective against new threats? The head of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says that aviation security needs to shift away from checkpoints and toward more public areas of airports to adapt after recent attacks.

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Top-Notch Events for Top-Notch Facility Security and Management

Security is a highly important part of facilities management—and our Forum Events can provide the tools for your success! Two of our events, the Healthcare Facilities Management Forum and the Facilities Management Summit, have been named among the top 50 facilities management conferences to attend in 2018.

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