As summer comes to a close, hospitality properties are taking stock of the security challenges they now face so that improvements can be made before the next busy travel season.
Government buildings are sensitive properties, and any criminal activity that takes place onsite must be thoroughly investigated. To assist government clients with monitoring for prohibited conduct and performing forensic investigations, ASI Security offers security technology that can help root out the following concerns.
With remote work environments becoming increasingly normal, managers and administrators are finding themselves offsite more. Fortunately, security management can also be remote, even for site administrators. At ASI Security, we can design a custom, remotely managed security system to perform all the same tasks a manager would likely do while onsite. Here are some things we can help you accomplish with our remotely managed security technology.
Government facilities face unique challenges when it comes to ensuring the security of sensitive information, critical infrastructure, and the safety of workers. The need to adopt robust security measures to safeguard against a rapidly evolving threat landscape is no longer emerging; it is now. If the agency you represent has not yet adopted these security technologies, take steps to remedy that today.
Several active shooter incidents have taken place in the first quarter of 2023, from the tragic Lunar New Year shooting in Monterey Park, California to the February 16 Cielo Vista Mall shooting in El Paso, Texas. In the El Paso event, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations (AMO) responded to the scene to deliver a coordinated response with local police. Federal agencies supporting law enforcement on the ground in active shooter incidents is common; in fact, AMO teams have responded to 12 active shooter incidents since the beginning of fiscal year 23 to date.