Protecting those that protect us
For over 35 years AES has provided equipment and services for Military bases across the US and overseas.
Hill Air Force Base
C.G. Recruiting Offices
Fort Riley KS
Cloud security measures offer multiple advantages over traditional on-site computer storage. First, cloud security doesn’t require a company to build their own server system. Secondly, the information is safely stored remotely, meaning it’s always backed up and can’t be destroyed in case of fire, flooding, or building intrusion. Security is established according to traditional cameras and motion detection devices, uploaded to the cloud where it is to be stored, and remains safely tucked away until such time as needed. Which leads to the third advantage, that it can be accessed anytime by anyone with the proper codes, from their own equipment while away from the workplace.
Surveillance is arguably the most important aspect of a security system. It provides the building owners, managers, and security personnel a way to view their facility in real time as well as historical data. Ideally, the system will rarely or never be needed, but when a problem arises, positive identification of the people there can expedite an investigation and determine the cause of the problem.
Access control is also an important part of security. If the system isn’t reliable, is inaccessible, or is too complicated for ease of use, it loses its value. When a problem comes up, the issue needs to be addressed immediately. In the case of theft, the faster it is taken care of the better chances of determining a culprit are going to be. In the event of an accident, security can be of use to determine if it was truly an accident or if there was negligence involved.
Building intrusion is a scary concept under any condition, but this is when a great security system really becomes an absolute necessity. IDS sensors integrated with video surveillance is going to be the best resource toward identifying threats and assessing the situation.