To help you avoid missteps and “game day” risks, we’ve put together the following tips to help you create a tactical plan no matter what type of event you attend that will help you protect yourself and your family.
The adage “it takes a village” aptly applies to creating safe and nurturing campuses, as developing and maintaining a safe school environment cannot fall solely on administrators or government agencies.
Whether it’s because you’re burning the midnight oil to meet a deadline or an important project caused you to lose track of time, working after hours is often an unavoidable byproduct of a great work ethic. The quiet office one encounters after the work day ends lends itself to increased productivity, and many workers find they can focus better in such an environment.
Houses of Worship have long been revered as places for peaceful and thoughtful gatherings. In addition to sabbath worship services, weddings and funerals, Houses of Worship are active seven days a week.
To avoid becoming a victim of crime ourselves, there are preemptive strategies we can implement in our daily lives to maximize our personal safety and security and minimize our exposure to threats.
Although Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018 are over, the holiday shopping frenzy is far from done. In fact, Nielsen projects that seasonal sales will top $923 billion, with $106 billion in purchases expected to originate online.
The approach of Thanksgiving signals the special period for spending quality time with family, friends and coworkers. It’s also a time for expressing gratitude and giving back.
We salute our veterans and extend our gratitude for their service. Military service members are often on the front lines, sacrificing everything to protect our freedom. And at Allied Universal, these unsung heroes help do their part to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses in every corner of our communities.
Soon, a multitude of fans, tourists and media will descend upon Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII. Whether your event is a major sports event or a Fortune 500 meeting, your business, wherever it is located, needs to be prepared with the right security measures and staff to go the distance to your goal line!
As October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it’s a good time to dust off your passwords and reinvigorate them to protect your data and identity both on and offline. The following is sage advice from our cybersecurity team.