A Don’t Panic Guide To Survive Any Disaster

In an article by Nick Watt in abcnews.com, Ed Galea, a professor at the Universities of Greenwich, Liverpool and Ulster was quoted as saying it usually takes a maximum of eight minutes for an average person to react to a … Read More

Toronto: Police Hesitant to Respond to Burglar Alarms

From TheStar.com: Police argue false burglary alarm response ties up frontline officers, potentially taking them away from real emergencies and wastes valuable resources. This is an age old discussion between private security and LE: who should respond first to private … Read More

Choosing a Home Security System Provider

While the market might be dominated by a few major home security system providers, there are still thousands of smaller ones out there to choose from. Determining which one will serve you and your home security plan the best isn’t always … Read More

Guest Post: How to Keep Your Family Safe from Fire

There are many types of fires, but we’ll stay on the “accidental” types this time – after all, those are the most common ones, and unless you’ve accumulated some pretty disturbed enemies, you probably needn’t worry too much about floodlights … Read More

Guest Post: 5 Tips for Upping Your Home Security

We’ve all heard the saying that we’re only as strong as our weakest link. This doesn’t only apply to people; it also applies to security systems. In other words, if you set up a system that is overly complicated, then … Read More

Monday Cool: Awesome Security System!

Okay… so it’s more of a “deterrent” type of deal – 200 bucks gets you an awesome laser show, which is either going to scare away the burglars, or inspire that inner “Mission Impossible” spirit we assume most people carry around … Read More

A Few Good Reasons to Keep Security Happy

Security people worry. It’s generally what we do, and what we’re paid to do, as well. We worry about a lot of things, from floods to fire and cameras not working, alarms that go off in the night without a … Read More

Security 101: Fire!

“Contingency planning” is a term widely used in security, and much of the job is exactly that – planning for disaster, and then trying to avoid it or prevent it from happening. If it does happen, however, there also needs … Read More

How to Implement Security Cameras for Home Security Use

Implementing security cameras as an integral part of your home security system is an excellent plan, one that will enhance safety and serve as a deterrent to crime. In general terms, home security systems are not fully complete without including a … Read More

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