Pioneer Security Services Blog
In 2020, the summer season kicked off months of violent crime in cities from coast to coast. Unfortunately, there are valid concerns that the summer of 2021 may introduce a second wave. Citing the easing of COVID restrictions and increased gun purchases as early indicators, The Wall Street Journal reports that police in cities across the U.S. are bracing for a violent summer.
There’s a difference between a security system notifying police of a security event, versus truly confirming the event so they see its validity. This is an important difference, because it affects police response time to your business if your alarm is activated.
For a criminal targeting a business, breaching security is the only goal – whether the means of committing the breach is trespassing, vandalism or burglary. As you know, all of these security breaches are classified as crimes. Fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way business security is approached. At Pioneer Security, our live video guard service adds AI to proactive, human-powered security monitoring to provide you with the most powerful crime prevention measures available.
There are new realities in business security as we enter 2021. Businesses of all types are now being forced to look at ways to upgrade safety and security protocol without the benefit of budget flexibility. Rather than spending up to $75,000 a year on hiring live security guards, businesses can save money by investing in a service that’s more affordable and equally effective. It’s live remote guarding, which combines the best of all security interventions: motion sensor cameras, artificial intelligence and human intervention. Here’s how it works.
One of our most unique offerings is proactive video monitoring, a service that provides live video guards who remotely watch your outdoor security cameras in real time. This service combines the modern edge of AI with the timeless efficiency of human intellect. How...
Many businesses hire security guards to protect their property and employees, but there are several drawbacks to letting a security guard protect your business.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses all over the world to close. As companies start to open back up, a new way of doing business greets them. Social distancing guidelines requirements mean businesses must implement new policies and procedures that protect the health and safety of employees and visitors. Thankfully, technology allows us to use cutting-edge security and access control systems as a solution to the problem.
Today we’re adapting to a new normal that encourages social distancing. States have closed non-essential businesses and ordered people to shelter in place. So, what’s that mean for the security of your business? Luckily, advanced security technology makes it possible to keep an eye on your business, even when you’re not there.
Upgrading your analog video surveillance system to IP Video is a smart move to make, but since it’s more expensive, should you install it gradually, or all at once? Here are some factors to consider when upgrading your security cameras.
When you’re looking for a reputable security integrator to discuss your security needs, there are vital questions you need to ask them. You want the security professional you choose to be trustworthy and knowledgeable. So, here are some important questions to ask.