Posts Tagged 'Technology VS Security Guards'

Robots to Replace Security Guards?

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I recently read an article on Mashable (originally published at http://www.technologyreview.com/news/532431/rise-of-the-robot-security-guards/) about how robots are possibly to be used instead of human beings as Security Guards, starting (where else?) in Silicon Valley, California.

As you read through the article you notice that the technology the robots use is already commonplace. It’s just that the robot moves about, instead of being a fixed camera or sensor. The only benefit I can see is ...

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Security Technology Versus Security Guards

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Heyrick Bond Gunning, managing director of Salamanca Group, says that you can spend a lot of money on security but “the weakest link is often the human element.” This is an extract from the International Business Times, talking about the Cyber Security Chain.

Cyber security isn’t our area of expertise – but physical, premises security is. The article referenced above highlights a shift in attitude that we have seen growing for years in the management of premises security – ignoring / ...

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