Some of the advantages of AI to the security industry will include a reduction of costs in security labor and a lower overall exposure of security professionals to risky situations.
Herbert Morency joined Allied Universal in March 2019 as a Branch Manager following the acquisition of U.S. Security Associates (USSA).
A U.S. Army veteran who served in the Transportation/Logistics Corp., Kristen Argus joined Allied Universal in 2015. She left the military after 11 years of service to spend more time with her family.
There are several steps your business can take to plan for a natural disaster. The entire planning process starts with a risk assessment that identifies “possible” and “likely” scenarios.
Steve Nsaif started his career at Allied Universal in 2010 as a part-time Security Professional at a healthcare facility while attending college following more than four years at the U.S. Department of Defense.
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran, Brian K. Raboin, who joined Allied Universal in 2018, has been working in the security industry for more than 34 years. Brian owned his own security company in Boston and has worked at almost every position in the security industry.
Determining your capabilities needed to build an Executive Protection training strategy can be challenging.
Yara believes it is important for the security industry to recognize diversity.
People who live or work in high-rise residential or commercial buildings face very specific disaster-preparedness challenges.
A U.S. Army veteran, Aliya Carter joined Allied Universal in 2013 and currently serves as Director of Operations-Philadelphia Branch.