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ID Superstore Protection Technology

  1. 1. Protect Your Building From Harm Office, Factory, Warehouse, School, & Home http://www.idsuperstore.com/ http://www.idsuperstore.ca/
  2. 2.  Offices should have adequate provisions for the safety of personnel, premises and business. It is equivalent to protecting your business assets as well as your workers and even your lives.  24 HOUR CCTV RECORDING IN OPERATION Invest in the proper equipment and implement access controls to safeguard your office and the life of your staff. This measure will prevent theft of money. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  3. 3. The loss of documents and electronic files containing confidential data could spell the ruin of a company. This is why it is necessary to acquire alarm systems to alert authorities in case there is an unauthorized access. It keeps your workers protected from harm. - Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  4. 4. Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) It is imperative that you install this system to actively monitor cameras during and even after business hours. You can install the cameras on all entrances, exits, and on parking areas on a height where it cannot be easily reached or disabled. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  5. 5. Manual Locks & Keys Keep a record of all locks and bolts, all keys, and key duplicates. Keep master keys secured. Audit keys when they are checked out to employees. When these employees leave the company, their keys must be returned. The locks must be replaced if possible. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  6. 6. Premises All areas entry and exit must have CCTV cameras which should have a clear, unobstructed view. Security guards must also be strategically posted. After office hours, all windows and doors must be secured and alarm systems must be activated. Access through windows, roof hatches, utility tunnel, or sewer must be secured. Corridors, entry points, parking lots and areas with cameras must be well lighted. There should be at least one security guard on post to monitor and report any incident. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  7. 7. Assessment Perform regular audits of facilities, CCTV monitor recordings, materials, IDs, and keys issued to personnel. If you do not have the appropriate staff to perform such an audit, there are plenty of third parties that can perform a thorough assessment for you Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  8. 8. Personnel Educate personnel about the security risk of “social engineering”. This happens when criminals befriend an employee to gain trust and consequently gain access to the facilities. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  9. 9. Electronic Card Access System This is extremely important for buildings, schools, banks, and other high-security premises. The card access system must be on an uninterrupted power supply. Access cards must be color-coded for employees, visitors, or vendors and all transactions in the system must be monitored. Console access must be limited to the authorized personnel only. IDs and access cards must be disabled and returned upon termination of employment. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  10. 10. Security At Home There should be smoke detectors, fire alarm systems and burglar alarm system installed in the home. Children must be taught how these systems work. Post a list of emergency numbers to dial and the numbers must be clear and legible. Young children must be taught how to use the telephone, mobile phone or radio to alert parents about the situation at home whenever they are alone. Post emergency numbers prominently near the phone and on strategic places. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  11. 11. Security At Home Children must know how to answer the phone so that they do not provide information to strangers and other unidentified people. Children should know where they live – from the house number, name of street, and must be able to provide this information to emergency rescuers during the absence of their parents or other adult companions. All service contractors and maintenance personnel must present identification cards and papers before they are allowed to enter the home premises. If they do not have any ID but you trust their referral source, be sure to take their photos yourself and activate the security cameras to keep a record of their visit and activity in your home. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  12. 12. Security At Home Children should know how to exit the home in case of fire or other emergency. Make young children wear a special lanyard-held identification (with your name and contact number) when you take them out to the malls, parks, or grocery stores.  Whether you are at home, on the road or in the office premises, you will always be secure if you are alert and careful. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  13. 13. Security ID/Badge Providers ID SECURITY EXPERTS INC. (IDSE) has been the trusted leader in the protection of people, property and data. They provide a complete range of digital photo ID products and services to suit your every ID security need. Save on your ID card printers, ID card software, ID printer supplies and all ID badge supplies and accessories such as lanyards, ID badge holders, and custom visitor ID badges by availing of seasonal promotional offers. Experienced customer service personnel, designers, and technicians provide software and hardware support, usage instructions, care tips, as well as onsite warranty service or repair. They are the undisputed experts in identification and authentication since 1967. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  14. 14. Our Clients Include • Canadian Government • Fairmont Hotels • Canadian & US Militaries • Honeywell • RCMP • BC Hydro • Disneyland • Translink • Microsoft • eBay Canada • Google • BC College of Teachers • Spectra Energy • Gateway Casinos & Entertainment • Air Canada • Telus • Aliant Telecom Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life
  15. 15. And our security solutions were also used at the following events: The Olympic Games The Superbowl Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life Economic Summits
  16. 16. IDSE has been accredited with the Better Business Bureau since May 27, 2003 and enjoys a consistent A+ rating. Contact IDSE today at 1-800-667-1772 or send them an <ahref="http://www.idsuperstore.com/contact_us.html">email</a> for your card security needs in your business or even at home. Your guide to securing your business, your home, and your life

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