Outsource your blog Blogs are hungry animals. Unless they’re fed high quality content consistently, they wither and die. Customers and visitors to your website won’t stick around if there’s no new content for weeks or even months on end, and after a while they will stop returning to your website altogether. A neglected blog also
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Finding a capable freelancer to write financial copy, whether it’s for blogs, press releases or website content, can seem daunting. Conveying the intricacies of money, retirement, investing, regulation and budgeting with authority and credibility in a way that is both readable and engaging requires a talented writer with a solid comprehension of financial issues and
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Security audits—systematic evaluations of a company’s security scheme that measures how well it conforms to a set of established criteria. A security audit can boost your company’s safety by evaluating your security system’s health when it’s done right. Below we offer some tips and best practices to help you prepare your business for a security
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visitor policy Most security-conscious organizations have a policy in place for workplace safety and security. But even with a visitor management system in place, do you have a clear and concise policy in place for workplace visitors? Such policies not only protect the safety and security of your workplace and employees, they protect your visitors
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What does visitor management mean to you? For many organizations, it means logging visitor information at the front desk when they arrive for an appointment, to deliver supplies or complete on-site work projects. However, a robust VMS is part of a larger technology network that can offer an increased level of security to protect staff,
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Security metrics provide security specialists with a quantifiable way to measure the effectiveness of security programs and processes. The use of security metrics has grown in recent years, and so has the number and type of metrics used to evaluate security program efficiencies. But without careful auditing and investigation, metrics can’t effectively evaluate the process
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Facial recognition technology is ubiquitous. It tracks us as we shop, travel, and even as we go to church. That’s right, unbeknownst to parishioners, a growing number of houses of worship use facial recognition software to track parishioners at services and church events. The Department of Homeland Security, along with other governmental agencies, uses facial
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FSMA compliance For companies in some industries, a visitor management system is more than an important part of a comprehensive physical security plan— it’s a key element of regulatory compliance. If your company operates in any industry subject to FSMA, ITAR or C-TPAT regulations, a VM system can help achieve compliance while enhancing productivity, as
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