Technology is constantly evolving to meet the changing demands of the market. This is especially true in the case of the security sector, which has seen technology grow at the speed of light to meet the sophisticated security requirements needed to protect important premises. Whether it is a small corporate office or a large facility, every building needs robust security outside and within the premises to ensure all the vital data, workforce, and assets are protected from miscreants. For any business owner, one of the best ways of securing business premises and everyone and everything within, is to be proactive, and not just reactive. This can be done by investing in the right security measures, providing the right training to employees, and embracing all the latest security-related technological innovations, to ensure nothing or no one can get past the defences. Here is how you can use technology for securing your business premises:

CCTV Cameras & Surveillance

Unlike previous CCTV technology, the new, wireless cameras are designed to give optimal picture and video quality and maximum flexibility, so that it is difficult for miscreants to hide or dodge the surveillance. Moreover, as the new CCTV cameras have become more difficult to vandalise, installing them throughout your premises deters criminals from attempting anything illegal. 

Smart Access Control Systems

Regardless of whether you run a small business or a large organisation, monitoring who enters your premises daily can be a tricky task. This is why you need advanced access control systems that can help you keep track of the comings and goings in your building. Today’s smart access control systems can have various screening options from a simple fob entry to a sensitive keypad entry system, as well as an advanced biometric access system. Depending on your business requirements you can ensure that your business is protected with the latest technologies in access control systems.

Advanced Monitoring & Alarm Systems

Previously, where they were often the only security any building had, alarms are now installed as part of the wider security plan. Even so, they remain one of the most important aspects of securing business premises and residential properties. The most advanced alarm systems when connected with remote monitoring units can help in maintaining a 24×7 surveillance of all the access points outside, as well as all the important areas within. These alarm systems can help the monitoring team notify the authorities without the intruders even finding out they have been caught in the act. 

Before you install any new security technology, it is important to conduct an audit of your business premises to understand the requirements. LNS Fire and Security have been helping businesses and individuals protect their office and residential properties through advanced fire and security systems, for over 20 years. Our team can conduct a thorough audit of your premises and suggest the best security equipment and systems that suit your individual needs. Get in touch with our team to receive a free quote!