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Securing Your Online Privacy

Securing Your Online Privacy

With all the hype these days concerning the breach of personal information on Facebook, privacy is on the mind of everyone who has an online presence.  According to Experian, the credit scoring company, social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are great for staying in touch with family […]

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Client Update/Spring 2018

Client Update/Spring 2018

Well, spring has arrived and you all adjusted your clocks for daylight saving time. While you were at it, did you also remember to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms as well? Changing batteries in these devices every time you reset your clocks is a good […]

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Keys Aren’t Enough Anymore

Keys Aren’t Enough Anymore

Wireless technology has made the introduction and use of smart door locks more and more popular and convenient everyday. Standard keyed locks can be picked, keys can be lost or broken and spare keys left “under the mat” might be easily found and used by the wrong people.  The use […]

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Should You Have Security Cameras In Your Home?

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November 16, 2017

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Alarm, Security Tips

Should You Have Security Cameras In Your Home?

Installing security cameras outside of your home is always a great first step toward safeguarding your family and securing your home and property, but should you also have cameras inside your home? This can be a very tricky question since placement of interior cameras is critical and must be carefully […]

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Beware of Cheap Smoke Alarms

Beware of Cheap Smoke Alarms

All too often we see a story on TV about a tragic fire that took place somewhere in the country. Many times the people involved in these fires never installed even an inexpensive smoke alarm, or never replaced the batteries in it. A battery operated smoke alarm only offers part […]

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Retail Business Security Tips

For any retail store, security can and should be a major concern. Shoplifting is a constant and costly problem, with retailers facing an up hill battle trying to maintain the bottom line. According to a National Retail Federation survey, loss of inventory cost the retail industry $48.9 billion last year. […]

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Warehouse Security

Warehouse Security

Warehouses are meant to store large quantities of stock and equipment for a company. Some business owners may think that sturdy doors and thick concrete walls are all they need to protect their goods, or that they will never suffer a loss or have to go through the hassle of […]

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Securing Your Garage From Intruders

Your garage houses many valuable items – bikes, lawn care tools, sports equipment, and sometimes, even your car. But the garage is often overlooked by many homeowners when it comes to security. Garages, whether attached or separated from the house, can be the target of thieves looking to steal valuables.  […]

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Alternatives To a House Key

Getting locked out of your house can be a real pain. Whether you left your keys inside, or maybe at work; you don’t want to be locked out of your home or office.  In this day and age, leaving a spare key under a doormat, is like inviting people to […]

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Drug-Related Robberies on the Rise

In areas all around New York City, abuse of pharmaceutical drugs, as well as heroin, has been on the rise for years. On Staten Island alone, there were over 100 reported heroin and opioid related overdoses in 2016. When drug abuse in communities is on the rise, crime rises with […]

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