Commercial Property Security: Overlooked Surveillance Codes and Laws
Video surveillance is growing exponentially. The market is predicted to pass $60 billion in the next five years as both private citizens and organizations look for ways to improve commercial property security. Installing surveillance tools can help companies improve business operations and boost productivity while reducing instances of workplace violence and harassment. The caveat? With HD video monitoring systems, virtual guard systems and outdoor time-lapse cameras making it easier than ever to increase security, it’s easy for managers and owners to overlook specific surveillance codes and laws. Let’s examine four that often fly under the radar.