1. Low Quality CCTV Videos
The quality of CCTV videos is one of the most common hindrances in investigating a crime. Many cameras installed in commercial properties capture blurry images that make identifying culprits nearly impossible. CCTV systems are designed to help companies carry out surveillance on their property and keep an eye on unusual or problematic activity. If the images aren’t clear, you are not able to do much.
The best way to resolve this issue is to invest in high-resolution HD cameras that capture crystal clear colour images. Some CCTV systems also come with facial recognition software, which makes it easier to identify culprits.
2. Unauthorized Access by Outsiders
Criminals can be tech-savvy and use sophisticated tools to bypass security. Business owners need to be one step ahead of them and install a security system that isn’t easy to bypass. Instead of using keypads or keycards, consider biometric access systems for areas where security is a significant concern. These systems are more difficult to bypass and are also more convenient to use.
Motion or heat sensors can detect unauthorized access and alert the property owner immediately. You can install these on your doors, windows, and outside restricted areas to ensure no one can access the property outside work hours.
3. Unauthorized Access by Employees
Sometimes employees can be the biggest security threat. They may use their knowledge of the company and security credentials