Baltimore Security Systems: Video Surveillance Concerns & Security Audits

ARK_March 28Video surveillance systems can be extremely beneficial for business owners and property managers. Still, there are some concerns. After all, how many times have you heard that a suspect was “unrecognizable by the camera?” So how do you ensure that your video surveillance system works when you need it most?

Fortunately, the above mentioned scenario is extremely preventable. How? Security Audits. Is your surveillance system up to the task? Well, now is the time to find out. A security audit and assessment can help you recognize weaknesses in your security system before they have any adverse effects. The regular testing, adjustment and calibration of all of your systems is important.

Video Surveillance Concerns & Security Audits

  1. Functionality: Is everything working the way it should? Is video clear and free of distortion? Are images recorded as needed? These are just a few of the concerns your security auditor will address.
  2. Performance: A system performance evaluation seeks to identify how well a video surveillance system is working.
  3. Maintenance: Security audits should help identify weaknesses or areas prone to premature failure. Your security auditor will make maintenance and repair recommendations.

Baltimore Security Systems

For security audits, design, installation, testing and service, ARK Systems is the expert across the board.

ARK Systems, Inc., is dedicated to providing unsurpassed quality and excellence in data communications, video, sound, fire and security alarm systems. Since 1973, we’ve only done it one way. The ARK way. We believe it’s what has made us an industry leader. And we believe it’s what will make you our satisfied customer.

For any further questions on Video Surveillance and Baltimore Security Systems, simply contact ARK Systems at 1-800-995-0189 or click here today. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

  1. Keep your Cameras Honest Campus Safety Magazine
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