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New York’s ATM Safety Act: Is Your Bank in Compliance?

The ATM Safety Act of New York was designed to protect bank customers at a vulnerable time—when handling cash, typically alone, and focused on the task in front of them. Although crime rates at ATMs have been steadily declining and today are rare, New York’s law contains “best practices” to keep your customers and your organization secure. Is your bank in compliance with them?

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Posted 6/21/2022

Why Traditional Keys are a Business Security Risk

If your business relies on traditional keys to lock your facility (or anything within it, such as records or machinery), you might think that your security rests on the strength of your locks. However, the truth is that your business is only as secure as your keys are kept.

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Posted 1/18/2022

Three Bank Security Solutions Your Financial Institution Needs

When it comes to bank security management, today’s financial institutions have a full plate—in addition to the vault, security is also a primary concern in the lobby, drive-up window, ATM, night drop, and parking lot, not to mention a crucial consideration for online services and records. Providing adequate protection for so many avenues can be a challenge. Luckily, a variety of solutions can streamline these needs, beginning with these three essential systems.

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Posted 10/19/2021

Bank Security During Opening & Closing Procedures

For financial institution managers and employees, bank security requires constant vigilance. However, the opening and closing procedures can be a particularly vulnerable time. How can you implement or strengthen your security practices to ensure the safety of your employees, your customers, and your assets?

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Posted 7/9/2021

How Can Banks Use Exterior Lighting to Enhance Safety?

For banks and financial institutions, security doesn’t begin at the vault or the teller line—but rather, outside the building. To keep customers and employees safe, it is critical to ensure that your exterior spaces—the parking lot, exterior doors, night depository and outdoor ATMs—are well-lit.

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Posted 3/8/2021

5 Things to Assess/Keep in Mind When Installing a Video Surveillance System in Your Financial Institution

Video surveillance is the heart of your security system. Day and night, it works to record all potential and current threats to your institution. Without video surveillance your institution’s assets would be very vulnerable, as would your employees and customers. Video surveillance has the ability to monitor every inch of your institution, and when installed correctly and carefully, can be 100% reliable.

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Posted 10/5/2019

The Importance of Having a Building Access Control System

Every door to your building has a lock and a deadbolt. You also have video surveillance in every corner. Is access control really necessary? Yes. The answer to this question is always yes, access control is very necessary. Whether your institution is small, medium or large, the need for access control is always there. Keys can be lost, stolen and replicated. Access control eliminates the extra hassle and the extra stress.

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Posted 5/23/2016

Preventative Maintenance: The Key to Optimizing Your Electronic Security Investment

Your electronic security provider should not be a one and done deal, it should be an investment. Your provider should be like the friend who is always there for you, even when you think you do not need them. You should hear from or have contact with your provider regularly to ensure that a problem does not arise. Preventative maintenance is essential and the key to preventing a problem from occurring.

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Posted 4/11/2016