SSS Newsletter Volume 1

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#21 SSS Security Tip | Hard Work Is Key

“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure“ – Colin Powell Hard work is a key component of any worthwhile endeavour. Within the private security industry not only are we faced with gruelling work hours but often there are hostile work environments causing both physical […]

#17 SSS Security Tip | Texting and Driving: Don’t do it!

When you are behind the wheel, driving is your only job – unknown Texting and driving is a risk to all innocent road users, including the perpetrator.   Regulation 308A prohibits the use of communication devices while driving and states that NO driver is permitted to use a hand-held communication device while driving. This includes […]

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#6 SSS Security Tip | Reacting When Your Safety Is Threatened

Safety is something that happens between your ears, not something you hold in your hands. – Jeff Cooper, US Marine How will you react if you or your family’s safety is threatened? In horror movies nobody aspires to be like the ‘blond bimbo’ who either closes her eyes whilst screeching non-stop and waiting for someone […]

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#2 SSS Security Tip | Holiday Season: Mall Safety

Let us not look back in anger or forward in fear, but around in awareness – James Thurber The feastive season generally means more people at malls, longer operating hours and increased opportunities for criminals to strike. It may be no surprise that the stores most often targeted by criminals are those selling electronic devices and […]

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#1 SSS Security Tip | Password Security

If you reveal your secrets to the wind, you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees — Kahlil Gibran The most basic premise of security is to ensure that your private and confidential information is kept secure. It should go without saying that passwords (for alarms, bank accounts, computer log-in’s etc.) should never be […]