There are 365 days in a year, and according to a 2019 study by OnePoll on behalf of, small business owners spend a cumulative 24 of them worrying about the economy, time management, bills, and so much more. There are plenty of security measures for businesses that can be used to combat criminals.

As 2020 nears a close, and workers return to refurbished, restructured office spaces, there is an all new set of worries that employers must contend with. The good news is that professionally installed and monitored security measures for businesses can provide a greater sense of control, and thus a greater sense of calm for employers and their teams.

Consider directing resources to the following components:

  • Complete coverage: Investing in state-of-the-art, scalable access control, video surveillance, and intrusion detection systems can help owners keep an eye on their properties 24 hours a day. Integrated systems offer enhanced efficiency at a lower upfront cost, while fostering an environment of trust for customers and employees, alike.
  • Keeping your cool. Smart thermostats can help business owners put utility bill anxieties on the back burner. A quality security vendor should be able to direct you to integrated solutions that can help you leverage resources more efficiently, while saving money and time.
  • Knowing the who, what, and where: Professionally installed video surveillance cameras, strategically placed for optimal coverage will allow business owners sleep easily at night, knowing that their property is being watched around the clock. Integrated services also allow for continuous monitoring, and for the dispatch of appropriate first responders in the event of a break-in or emergency.
  • Beating the time crunch: With an intuitive, user-friendly interface, virtually all of today’s topnotch security measures can be activated with a swipe or two from a smartphone screen from almost anywhere in the world. Approve or deny access and activate credentials wherever you happen to be.

Secom, LLC, is in the business of helping commercial and small business owners craft custom physical and cybersecurity plans for their properties, making workspaces safer and more secure for employees and guests, while assuaging the myriad worries associated with reopening. Reach out to us today to learn more, and to set up a consultation.