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How to Protect Your Security Camera Footage

How to Protect Your Security Camera Footage

April 24, 2017

If you have security cameras you probably do not want them to be damaged or destroyed. It is also probably safe to say that you would not want your security cameras to be stolen. Although it is extremely rare for criminals to physically steal security cameras instead of just damaging them, it is not unheard […]

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Misconceptions Surrounding Low Light Surveillance

Misconceptions Surrounding Low Light Surveillance

April 5, 2017

A normal security camera may not be able to capture clear and sharp footage in every situation. For example, you may not want a camera which requires a properly lit environment to be recording outside your building at night. This is important because if the outside area you are monitoring is improperly lit, a burglar […]

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3 Uncommon Uses for Security Cameras

3 Uncommon Uses for Security Cameras

March 20, 2017

The majority of our articles are about topics which can be described as being on the more somber side of life. This is mostly due to the fact that the main functions of security cameras are to capture video surveillance of crimes and to deter them before they happen. However, there are other uses for […]

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Camera Security Now Teams up with Abilities First to Give Back to the Community

Camera Security Now Teams up with Abilities First to Give Back to the Community

March 6, 2017

If you haven’t already heard the sad news, the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus act will be closing its doors this year. Before the 146 year old circus act ends however, the Ringling Brothers are going on one final tour, and one of their final performing locations is the U.S. Bank Arena in […]

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Correct and Incorrect Usage of Dummy Security Cameras

Correct and Incorrect Usage of Dummy Security Cameras

February 15, 2017

Most companies like cutting spending wherever possible, but please don’t start cutting your budget with security. Some businesses will resort to only fielding dummy (fake) security cameras in order to save money, but this is not a completely reliable way to protect your business. There is a time and place for everything, and dummy security […]

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Access Control and Retail Security Systems

Access Control and Retail Security Systems

February 6, 2017

The retail marketplace in the United States is massive, and an estimated two-thirds of our GDP comes from retail companies. This makes the retail industry a big target for opportunistic criminals. In 2015 alone, the National Retail Security Survey found that U.S. retail stores alone lost around 45.2 billion in inventory shrinkage. Inventory shrinkage can […]

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Top 2 Security Risks for 2017 and What You Can Do to Prevent Them

Top 2 Security Risks for 2017 and What You Can Do to Prevent Them

January 30, 2017

Incidents of violence in the news have dramatically increased over the past 2 years. These situations include: •San Bernardino CA office party •Orlando FL nightclub •Charleston SC church •Aurora CO movie theatre •Dallas TX parking garage in Texas Perpetrators have also begun to prey on law enforcement. Violence against the police in 2016, topped out […]

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Vandal Proofing Your Security Camera System

Vandal Proofing Your Security Camera System

January 23, 2017

While security systems are easily capable of catching crucial images needed for making sure justice is served properly, they are often set up in places which get the best possible image and field of view. Often times this can leave security cameras quite easy to spot, and depending on how aggressive the future criminals that […]

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New Year Home Maintenance and Safety Checklist

New Year Home Maintenance and Safety Checklist

January 13, 2017

We begin every year with the same resolution: to help people and their loved ones stay safe. To keep that promise, we’ve come up with a month-by-month home maintenance and safety checklist. Hallways Test carbon monoxide and smoke detectors Inspect fire extinguisher pressure gauge to see if needle is in the green, and replace or […]

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Parking Lot Security Cameras and Hit-and-Runs

Parking Lot Security Cameras and Hit-and-Runs

January 5, 2017

While it was well and dandy to dream for a white Christmas, now that the Christmas season is finally over ‘tis the season for hazardous driving conditions in many northern States. This time of the year is notorious for bringing in school delays and car accidents. While school delays have a positive effect on kids, […]

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