Have you ever seen a situation where there seems no rhyme or reason for the placement of security devices? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to hand your architect, engineer, or integrator a document and know that they have the specifics of what product you want and how you expect those products to be installed and function? Well, you can when you have security standards in place.
Security is all about people, processes and technology. When these three components work together, there can be a decrease in exposure to an organization. There is also an increase in the number of ways security issues can be mitigated.
Security System Design Protus3 security system designers work with our clients, architects, and engineers to incorporate security into the overall facility/campus design. Read more
Investigative Services Security breaches are an inherent part of doing business. The corporate investigations process looks to determine what happened, the extent of the loss, and remediation that might be indicated. Read more
Security Consulting A company’s profit is directly related to how it manages risks. Any organization that has assets—intellectual or physical —has a security problem. Read more
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Team Highlight | Russell Gilmore
I get the most enjoyment when I am able to teach something about computer forensics and how the technology can help answer questions about a case or situation. Using and understanding how computers work in general can be confusing. Trying to show how computer data can help explain the actions of the user can be even more confusing. It is vitally important to explain findings such as specifics about files or emails in a generic, general, and understandable way.