Dog Owners: Four Tips For Reducing The Vulnerabilities Your Dog May Create In Your Security System.

Many people buy dogs to guard their homes, but in some cases, these furry companions can actually create holes in your home security. Their doggy doors can provide an easy place for intruders to enter the home, and dogs can inadvertently set off false alarms. Luckily, it is possible to make your home security system support your dog and work around the potential vulnerabilities he or she can create within the system. Read More 

Digital Security Training In The Aftermath Of The NSA Leaks And Edward Snowden

You probably heard all about the NSA digital file leaks and Edward Snowden. Regardless of your personal opinion of Mr. Snowden, it does shed light on a very important problem in many companies. The protection of sensitive business information and daily operations requires hyper-vigilance from all of your employees who have access, and even from those that do not. Here is how you can stress the importance of security during your company's digital security training sessions. Read More 

Security Cameras For Your Business: Questions And Answers

Every business should have some type of security system installed to protect themselves, their employees, and their assets. Almost all businesses today have some kind of working security camera installed in order to be better guarded against burglaries and other incidents. Before you decide to invest in your own security system and cameras, here's some commonly asked questions and answers. How Much Does It Cost? Certainly, you can buy a " Read More 

Famous Fire Alarm Scenes That Help Children Learn about Fire Safety

When watching movies or television, there are several scenes that remind us that fire alarms are an important security measure. Without fire alarms, people would not be alerted to a serious problem, making them at risk for tragedy. Teaching children about the value of a fire alarm is an important lesson that should be taken in every household and school. Here are a few scenes from children's movies and television programs where the fire alarm (like those from Bevan Security Systems, Inc. Read More 

Identifying Threats To Your Home By Completing A Security Evaluation

Before you install a security system, it is best to have your home evaluated. During the evaluation, a security consultant will look at different areas around your home. After completing this step, you will have a better idea about the type of security devices your home requires. Identify Broken Locks A number of security companies that work with residential properties also offer security evaluation. A specialist will come to your home and check the different areas in and around your home before they install your security system. Read More