Security technology when customized for home and business security, offers safe, reliable and cost effective solutions for your security needs. We offer expert consultation, detailed product information, customization options as well as installation service and maintenance. Our consultants are from diverse backgrounds including engineering, security management, crisis management and computer programmers.
The use of electronic security systems enables access control of facilities without personal presence. These systems need to match requirements and certification standards. When used in real time, these systems enable immediate detection and deterrence of security breaches. The need for trained personnel to handle these state of the art measures cannot be underestimated. A blend of good technology and expert hands allows for superior equipment application and hence supreme security of the facility is the outcome.
Effective, efficient and cost saving electronic security solutions allow intrusion detection, regulate access, control lighting or temperature, monitor movement and visualize your assets; you can manage the entire security landscape all from a single user interface. Unmatched technological expertise allows Americorp International Group to design in house systems, facilitate 24-7 support, training as well as field services.
Americorp International Group offers access control using electronic card readers, biometric readers, RFID readers and tags, photo badges, Proxy cards, smart cards, electronic door hardware, electronic locks and strike, visitor management cards besides mantraps and vaults. Closed circuit TVs facilitate monitoring using specialized day and night cameras, digital recorders, network recorders, matrix switches, camera lenses, and housing monitors. Apart from these, alarm systems, emergency phones, intercom services, vehicle barrier gates, telephone entry, fence protection, parking refuge and physical security with real time monitoring offer a 360-degree technological application for complete security protocols within your reach.
New age security demands that all data on every crime occurrence be monitored, recorded and reported. We have an inbuilt automated record system to collect and store information for administration and operational purposes. By recording specific facts and details of security breaches, all pieces of information are readily accessible and available to apply this knowledge meaningfully to track and prevent crime. This requires trained individuals, who are able to use the software appropriately, respond to incidents, perform analysis tasks, and communicate effectively for action. We also offer training to your personnel to make use of the cutting edge technology and respond to unforeseen incidents.
Designing, installing, monitoring and maintaining state of the art security systems that work for you 24 hours a day 7 days a week is Americorp International Group's promise. Our systems are monitored round the clock and require minimal on site equipment or use of local personnel. As an owner you can have remote access to check on vital functions from anywhere in the world. We make this simple and allow you to sleep soundly while our officers and equipment keep your premises and assets safe.
Corporate litigation has become a norm today with companies finding themselves entwined in a variety of cases at all points in time. Evidence gathering was never easy; it has however become more attainable with the use of expert investigational services. These assist attorneys with presentation of relevant factual data and real time evidence relating to people and events. Be it documents, interrogatories or depositions; expert investigational evidence only stands to benefit. A diversity of experience in litigation matters offers Americorp International Group an inimitable capability to assimilate facts and build a stronger case for the client.
Corporate crime is not a recent revelation, however its faces have evolved with time. Specialized fraud analysis, asset tracing, abuse and misconduct identification, are the initial steps in building a case for organized corporate crime. It is important to maintain utmost confidentiality in these matters and retain sensitivity and support towards the organization or individuals involved. Working in close association with clients is a pre requisite in order to align the investigative policies with the client goals.
Our seasoned investigational officers possess the technical expertise to review legal documents, expert reports and medical records. They also have the professionalism and sensitivity to record statements from witnesses and parties involved in the lawsuit. Our eagle-eyed proficiency allows us to track witnesses who have relocated. The investigation teams also efficiently handle lawsuit that require retrieval of documents from courthouses, state and federal agencies. We have broadened our span of expertise and grown to become a one-stop solution for several corporate seeking litigation case support.
Organizations require proactive measures to identify factors that promote fraud, asset loss, counterfeiting, intellectual property theft and product diversion in order to prevent litigious situations from arising. Thorough background evaluation is the first step of the prevention process. Setting codes of ethics, employee training on company ethics and policies, maintaining secure financial systems and hardening the security layers can help prevent breaches. As part of responsive action, external and internal audits can be undertaken along with risk and vulnerability assessment. With advances in technologies and the communication of information, more sophisticated techniques and schemes are continuously being created to meet these goals.
Misappropriation of assets is no fresh revelation to business owners. Nearly 5% of annual organizational revenues have been reported lost due to fraud. The deliberate misuse of one's occupational resources or assets for personal enrichment qualifies as occupational fraud. Asset misappropriation, corruption and fraudulent financial reporting are the categories of crime although usually there is a broad overlap of the three.
Deceit is an integral part of human nature; it only unveils in specific circumstances. This explains that no environment is safe from fraud and frauds occur across a wide range of industries. Private companies suffer most damages, while public and government stand next in succession. Fear of public disrepute usually prevents companies from speaking up but that does not mean that fraud doesn't hurt them. It is an incessant evil that needs appropriate risk assessment, prevention and management.
Understanding of the fraudulent mindset allows for appropriate prevention strategies. Background screen by reputed and professional companies can assist, although is not evidence for prediction of such behaviors. Perpetrators are infrequently criminals hence identification is not easy; these individuals are also better understood as opportunistic 'trust violators' who make use of appropriate openings under financial pressure, and rationalize their act. It is important to know that owners, managers as well as employees are all capable of the crime. Understanding and studying the demographic and behavior trends may offer some direction in the process of perpetrator identification.
Deterrence is the most sure shot way for organizations to maximize profitability by limiting preventable losses. This requires proactive measures to identify factors that promote fraud and hence prevent it. Appropriate measures when it has been detected also for part of prevention of the repetition of such events. If a response process is not in place, dormant perpetrators may be motivated to repeat such acts. Thorough background evaluation is the first step of the prevention process. Setting codes of ethics, employee training on company ethics and policies, maintaining secure financial systems and hardening the security layers can help prevent breaches. As part of responsive action, external and internal audits can be undertaken. With advances in technologies and the communication of information, more sophisticated fraud techniques and schemes are continuously being created.
Security is not the responsibility of a security company or the organization alone. It is a collaborative effort that requires technical and professional expertise of a reputed security service along with an acceptance of security into the organization's culture. Threats have no fixed face; they could range from workplace violence and fraud, to terrorism and property damage. Organizations need to reappraise their views on security and consult with experts in the field to understand and restructure their security protocols.
Today security needs involve integration and interconnection between the different components of the 'security network'. Security requires teams with unified communication systems and relay of information between sources to assure entirety of safety. Security today is a unique service based on specific learned techniques backed by extensive training and professionalism. It is a combination of mental as well as manual effort and it follows specified pre determined criteria to assure professionalization.
An independent expert threat assessment by Americorp International Group typically includes physical survey of sites, parking garages, loading docks, service entries, common areas, lobbies, elevator cores, roofs; and mechanical, electrical and plumbing facilities. Detailed interviews with the organization management give historical perspectives on the security climate in the organization, as well as reflect the overall culture. Accordingly risk analysis can be performed and further suggestions provided.
Professionals with in depth subject matter expertise can advise companies on securing and protecting their physical, financial and information capital through different dimensions of security including building, computer or asset security. An expert consultation may include designing security systems and developing specifications for technological and physical security measures, conducting security training, administering polygraph and psychological stress evaluations, and providing expert advice on loss prevention and risk management. We offer cutting edge information about the personnel as well as technological application in all landscapes to ensure risk mitigation. We also assess existing infrastructures for weaknesses and develop and implement IT security solutions to prevent unauthorized access, data modification or data loss. We also assess premise physical stability to comment on evacuation procedures and provide building maintenance and safety advice where needed.
In order to reach fitting outcomes one must set appropriate goals. Security needs cannot be fulfilled unless security risks have been assessed and strategies are in place. This requires integration and interconnection between leading components of the security network, which include the provider, and recipient. By identifying organization goals, we aim to align these with the customized security strategy. No security system can be successful without this fine-tuning.
Perhaps no organization needs a security audit as much as a newcomer to the secure world. Likewise for organizations that wish to better their current program, there ought to be a baseline from which we can draw out security plans, assess the wellness of existing infrastructure and target improvement. The diverse components like people, processes, equipment, technology, resources and training; all need to be aligned with the strategic goals of the organization with the assistance of the security provider. Audits and management reviews are the answer to the same.
Security is not the responsibility of a security company or the organization alone. It is a collaborative effort that requires technical and professional expertise of a reputed security service along with an acceptance of security into the organization's culture. Threats have no fixed face; they could range from workplace violence and fraud, to terrorism and property damage. A needs assessment can allow executive management to gauge the risks, opportunities and options to consider in their program's design and implementation.
Professionals with in depth subject matter expertise can assess the risks involved in securing and protecting physical, financial and information capital through different dimensions of security including building, computer or asset security. An expert audit can give cutting edge information about the personnel as well as technological application in all landscapes to ensure risk mitigation. The Americorp International Group security consultants assess physical protection, video surveillance and alarm systems, and recommend security personnel based on the need. We usually assess for hiring protocols, background checks prior to hiring, and employee training on security measures. We evaluate existing infrastructures for weaknesses and develop and implement IT security solutions to prevent unauthorized access, data modification or data loss. We hope to ensure that our clients make informed and sound decisions based on the accuracy of our reports.
Vulnerabilities are weak links in the security network. Information, energy, and communication systems, as well as people, infrastructure and assets, are all vulnerable to threat. Risk analysis is about investigating risk, understanding its impact and finding ways around it. This would require a study around the cause and consequences of the threat to the priced asset, be it a person, property, merchandise or information. Vulnerability assessment concerns itself with reducing consequences related to the risk, thereby improving future impacts.
State of the art methods of risk and vulnerability assessment involve cataloging of a system's assets and resources along with a rank order of importance to evaluate the pricelessness of these assets. Subsequently a detailed evaluation of potential threats that could damage these resources is performed. An ideal plan for security can then be established by eliminating the most serious vulnerabilities for the most valuable resources. This allows appropriate allocation of investment towards the most priced assets. The complexity of interactions involved here are tremendous, hence we use flow charts and diagrams to depict different systems that could interact to generate risk; and then suggest ways to mitigate them.
Perhaps no organization needs risk assessment as much as a newcomer to the secure world. Likewise for organizations that wish to better their current program, there ought to be a baseline from which we can draw out security plans, assess the wellness of existing infrastructure and target improvement by reducing weak links in the security chain. The diverse components like people, processes, equipment, technology, resources and training; all need to be aligned with the strategic goals of the organization with the assistance of the security provider. Careful and deliberate risk assessment reviews are the answer to the same.
Professionals with in depth subject matter expertise can assess the risks involved in securing and protecting physical, financial and information capital through different dimensions of security including building, computer or asset security. An expert audit can give cutting edge information about the personnel as well as technological application in all landscapes to ensure risk mitigation. The Americorp International Group security consultants evaluate existing infrastructures for weaknesses and develop and implement IT security solutions. We hope to ensure that our clients make informed and sound decisions based on the accuracy of our reports.
Private security has gained an ever-expanding role in the prevention and mitigation of workplace violence. Violence is an act of individuals, thus no space that involves humanity can ever be shielded from the possibility of vicious acts of humans against one another. Committed to the wellness and protection of assets, SGI also extends this obligation to supporting violence prevention measures at the workplace.
Several factors contribute to the buildup of emotional unrest that culminates in a verbal or physically violent act. Studies have shown that employee opinions about their workplace are significantly impacted by their personal experiences relating to violence and these are surprisingly large in number. The involvement of leaders is mandatory in placing safety as a top priority. If an employee feels that disciplinary action is lacking, it reflects negatively on company ethics. A multi disciplinary collaborative effort between security, human resources, health departments, legal operations, facility managers and the community at large, can be a promising effort at delineating roles and establishing a prevention and response strategy.
Violence at work is damaging for those involved, is negative for fellow employee morale and is destructive to the organization's reputation. Organizations bear the duty to care, nurture and promote wellness among employees, thus promotion of violence prevention has become a forefront responsibility today.
Knowing the enemy is the first step in fighting it. All work related activities have their innate potential for conflict and these must be evaluated and minimized for optimal employee outcomes. By identifying the threat, controls can be set in place. Most measures would include but are not limited to:
Risk assessment is a highly personalized and individual task. Personal behavioral factors as well as environmental work factors can contribute to the level of unrest that culminates in an individual's violent gesture or act. Once we are aware of risks we can work to minimize them.
This is the primary objective; prevention has always been better than cure. A thorough risk assessment offers direction towards possibilities and probabilities for preventive intervention. Organizations lay out specific violence prevention policies that ought to empower and not threaten employees. Some of these may include:
Just like the assessment of risk varies in different settings, the enforcement of policies cannot be rigid and non-conforming. Violent behaviors are a culmination of pre violent manners. The tasks, activities, interactions and exchanges that culminate in violence are the key target in breaking the process. All the risks need to be carefully integrated in the prevention strategy.
Vigilant eyes and efficient ears are the vanguard in capturing warning signs. Presence of conflict, evidence of substance use at work, vocalization of personal problems, verbal or indirect threats, as well as referral to a firearm ought to set off an alarm. Any change in behavior from the usual or visible signs of behavioral troubles like distractibility, anger or restlessness should alert the response team to take steps. It is imprudent to underestimate the explosive potential of a violent individual. Steps to be taken in such circumstances include:
Some jobs are stressful, some people have low thresholds, sometimes the timing is perfect to accommodate a blend to promote and explosive outburst which may often be unintentional but eventually gets out of hand. The use of pre contact measures is as essential part of prevention.
Once the enemy has struck there is no better measure than to fight the battle and safeguard the territory. It is important to take immediate measures to negate the negative impact of violence incidents at the workplace. These are better understood as post contact measures and include:
Employees often do not know their rights and ways to respond to such situations. It decreases their morale to witness or be subjected to such events. When they are aware of organization policies and their own rights in the system, they feel empowered to take essential steps with preparedness. Specialized guidance and training for all levels of employees needs to be implemented by qualified instructors.
All effective corporate employee wellness initiatives must involve presence of behavior health personnel, coaches, counselors and supportive services. The role of an empathizing individual cannot be underestimated here, after all it is a personal and threatening experience that has occurred at the workplace and the employers bear responsibility for the employee. It is important to facilitate closure and make the employees move on. Post incident analysis is a mandate in these situations and can be well conducted by a trained and responsive security team.
This would call for detailed review and the organization ought to be prepared with specific role descriptions and systems in place to respond to every step of the process of bringing the situation in control. The private security expertise in every step of the way in guiding and formulating the approach is quintessential.