“If you are responsible for or concerned with physical security in your school or facility, this article, and related webinars could help you avoid critical mistakes.”
– Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security
Having good security equipment is only part of the equation, as pointed out in this article by Ray Bernard for SECURITYINFOWATCH. Shortcutting proper security design in the rush to “do something” can have devastating consequences for educational and other types of facilities. According to Bernard, there is a typical security design mistake that occurs in many types of facilities, but the impact of it can be significantly higher on schools, whose incident response requirements are greater than many other organizations.
Check out this valuable article and the links to related webinars to learn more about the most common security mistakes. While much of what is covered is common knowledge among trained and experienced security design consultants, security practitioners and others responsible for facility physical security risk management it may be helpful to you when implementing a new system or updating your current one.