Summer Security

Summer Security

Summer is here! It may be one of the most unusual summers we’ve ever had but there is still that yearning to get out and enjoy the outdoors. We can stay safe and socially distance through a variety of outdoor activities and day trips. And while you may not be taking...
Outbuilding Security

Outbuilding Security

We generally do all we can to secure our personal property and possessions. Bike locks, car fobs, padlocks on gates. Anywhere items of value are stored, measures are taken to ensure their security. And yet we often overlook the most vulnerable location on our property...
Staying Safe: Hands Free Entry

Staying Safe: Hands Free Entry

On the lengthy list of ‘germ-infested’ objects, door handles can be found close to the top of the list, right? While most people have been enlightened on the best way to use a door in order to minimize contact with the most public parts of the door, there is no way...
Small Business Security in times of mandatory closures.

Small Business Security in times of mandatory closures.

With the exception of a few businesses that operate on a 24-hour, around the clock, business model, ALL businesses have hours that are dark. Closing hours… generally at night, right?    Well, in this ever-changing world, many businesses are currently faced with...
Are you smarter than a smart lock?

Are you smarter than a smart lock?

Choosing the best smart lock might have you feeling like a contestant on ‘Are you smarter than a 5th grader?’…the popular game show designed to trip up adults and favor the innovative minds of our nation’s youth. On the market today are many makes and models of...
The Problem With Padlocks

The Problem With Padlocks

In a recent article in the column “Mitigating Mistakes,” is a new SecurityInfoWatch.com column series, author and security consultant Paul Timm explores security vulnerabilities on commercial and residential properties.    From Author Paul Timm: “I started...