What to consider for a comprehensive security system?

Even when you have a security system in place, you still got break in and thief. This is the indicator that your system is not well-design for proactive deterrence. A comprehensive security system should include:

Real-time monitoring: A unmonitored security system is a useless system. Properly you and your team got tired of the False Alarms or Nuisance generated on the out-dates analytics. Using AI Guard to watch and verify all the false alarm before they reach you will make it much more possible to monitor any systems. 

Arm & Disarm schedule: It’s important to have a convenient way to manage the monitoring schedule and avoid human error on forgetting to arm/disarm the system. 

Well-designed and sufficient coverage: You may need to review your architecture design to make sure you have enough cameras to cover all the hotspot and blind spot. Checking lightning condition of the important spot to make sure the camera have clear view of it. 

System Health check mechanism: Sometimes, the security system might have faulty cameras or network, leaving gaps in protection. Your system need to have a mechanism to alert you on any disruption of operation. 

Monitoring and response plan: It is important to establish a good Standard operating procedure. Even when the system generate the alert, is it easy for you to receive those alerts. You would need to have a way for you to intervene promptly to prevent the incident or minimize the damage? 

Addressing these issues often involves a combination of updating technology, enhancing human vigilance, regular maintenance, and ensuring that the security system is comprehensive and covers all potential entry points or vulnerabilities.


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