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Evolution, Growth & Change: Entrepreneurship in the Security Industry
As technology has matured and markets changed, new industry entrants have led to the restructuring of the industry, which in turn caused it to be a bit more challenging for a simple start-up to compete in the current, rapidly moving landscape.
Modern correctional facilities face a number of security challenges. From an inundation of contraband and the growing risk of cyber threats, to understaffing and the continual impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, these challenges have brought on the need to embrace new security technologies.
Police Dispatch Quality Runner-up B Safe Cracks Down on False Alarms
B Safe credits its false alarm success to proper customer training at installation, standard dispatch procedures for every system that are easy for the customer to understand and the use of new technologies.
In Louisiana, 3% of workers resigned in August, on par with more than 20 other states, The Washington Post reports. The largest jump in the number of quitters happened in Georgia, with 35,000 more people leaving their jobs