Summer has arrived and visions long weekends on the beach, in the Captain’s seat, and on the waves have taken up permanent residence in your active imagination. With all the heat-fueled daydreaming, odds are slim that you’re spending much time thinking about commercial security systems. Good thing we’re here! Read more
If you own a warehouse, security is one of the most important and fundamental elements of your business. Why is warehouse security so important? Well, to begin with, it’s likely that security and integrity are one of the key selling points of your business. Furthermore, having a commercial security system for your warehouse helps you protect your reputation as well the well-being of your clients and employees. Read more
1700s: Ben Franklin and the First Security System
You may be surprised to discover that one of the very first surveillance systems was a standard feature of many early Colonial homes! If you’ve spent any time wandering around America’s oldest streets, such as Philadelphia’s Elfreth’s Alley, you may have noticed strange-looking contraptions attached to the facade of row homes near the second or third story windows. These ingenious devices are actually one of the country’s very first alarm systems. When properly angled, the so-called “busybody” mirrors allow people to discreetly see who has come calling. Read more
Middle Tennessee benefits from state-of-the-art touchless fingerprint identity solution.
Herring Technology is pleased to announce that the company has partnered with Advanced Optical Systems, Inc. (AOS) to become an official dealer of the industry-leading ANDI OTG 3.0 Zero-Contact Fingerprint Technology. Read more
Middle Tennessee businesses and institutions benefit from industry-leading shooter detection systems.
NASHVILLE, TN: Herring Technology is pleased to announce that it has become an official dealer for Shooter Detection Systems (SDS) to bring the company’s industry-leading Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System to its customers. Read more
Today, more than ever, airport security solutions and business security systems are of the utmost importance. Since emerging from the 2008 recession, the number of Americans traveling by air has steadily increased. The Bureau of Transportation Statistics reported that more than 700 million passengers flew in 2016, up an impressive 3.5% from the preceding year. With more than 8500 departures annually across the country, investing in state-of-the-art commercial airport security systems helps keep travelers and airport employees safe. Read more
Campus life has changed and continues to change. The idealized and hallowed halls of Good Will Hunting no longer represent the realities of modern college life. There’s no such thing as a “typical” co-ed. Furthermore, the culture of university life is ever-evolving to attract a diverse range of potential students and faculty, retain already-matriculated scholars and high-performing professors, and to foster engaged alumni. Protecting students, faculty, and staff from ever-present threats ranging from theft to violent assault needs to be a key part of an institution’s strategy. To ensure success, campus security needs to be a top priority for not only on-site security personnel but also for campus leaders. Read more
The holiday season may be behind us but commercial traffic is still at its highest. Customers are hitting the stores and many other businesses for returns, exchanges, and to supplement their gifts with the latest accessories. This constant foot traffic is great for business but it can also bring many unwanted problems. Shoplifters and burglars will be anticipating an opportunity to take advantage of poor security systems. Read more
Although the importance of cybersecurity can’t be overstated, it’s equally as important to consider the physical security of your facility, employees, customers, and key stakeholders. In this two-part series, we’ll analyze the primary components, or layers, of a physical perimeter and help you develop a strong, layered physical perimeter defense strategy. Read more
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