Tue 19th December 2017
Working in office security systems in the UK, we have noticed that office security is a matter often detrimentally overlooked by business owners. Offices present a great opportunity for burglars. There is a wide selection of electronic devices and the potential of cash, often with minimal security in place in and around the building. This security risk becomes particularly pertinent at this festive time of year, where the majority of offices will be left unattended from Christmas Eve right through until New Year. At SmokeCloak, we’re asking how important office security is, as well as what steps you can take to keep your office protected.
Fri 8th December 2017
Are you concerned about your residential security? Do you know just how dangerous your city is for burglaries and car theft? Insurance company Admiral has recently released data showing the UK cities that are most at risk of burglaries and car theft.
Thu 30th November 2017
The likes of you and I would never think it, but residential security can be a real issue over Christmas and the festive period can actually be a great opportunity for burglars. They know that we’ve all done our Christmas shopping and that our houses are now full to the brim with brand-spanking new gadgets, toys, jewellery and more. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of residential security tips and tricks to keep your home safe over the festive period.
Fri 24th November 2017
Warehouses are an appealing target for a burglar. Great quantities of high value goods are gathered in one location and often placed in an industrial area, where there will be fewer people around to disturb the intruders if they act overnight or at the weekend. With the Christmas period rapidly approaching, the issue of warehouse security becomes particularly pertinent, as warehouses are often left unattended from Christmas Eve right through until the New Year. This, of course, becomes the perfect time for a thief to strike.
Mon 13th November 2017
In light of the UK’s recent policing cuts, the British public is becoming increasingly concerned for its residential security and may even be considering the systems available to ensure that they can continue to feel safe in their own homes.