Do things in your business disappear from time to time? Go through more fuel than you would expect? Something is draining your cash, but you can’t quite put a finger on it? You are not alone, it’s likely that you are suffering from Occupational Theft or Fraud and Visium is here to help.
Following on from our post The greatest threat lies within, Visium is excited to be offering 10 customers 6 months free subscription to our new* occupational theft and fraud disclosure helpline. (click on the following to download full presentation and pricing)
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One of the hardest things to manage in security is making sure your system is armed when it needs to be. In this post we take a look at ‘late to close’, or ‘late to arm’ issues and some helpful hints to reduce your risk and after hours management contact.
In any given security control room anywhere in the world, more time and resource is spent dealing with late to arm sites than with all other services including intruder monitoring.
This creates an unhealthy distraction for control rooms, and puts everyone at risk. Whilst control rooms can ease operator load with new types of notification systems the only real fix is more reliable information from staff and contractors working back late. (VideoControlRoom provides an SMS notification service explained in more detail later on in this post)
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In this post we are talking Occupational theft and fraud, the single greatest criminal risk to your business according to the Australian Institute of Criminology.
Being online to our customers 24×7 via VideoControlRoom means Visium has a good finger on the pulse of the goings on across our customer network. We get lots of requests to burn security video, and a good portion of this is internal theft, or verification of persons onsite during instances of fraudulent behaviour. Mostly we talk burglary, but thought it time to talk about the greater risk and cause of loss:
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