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September Is College Campus Fire Safety Month

As college students move in to new apartments this week, now is a good time for them to check and make sure they have working fire alarms. read more →

FOX25 Investigates private security cameras exposed online

The advent of affordable, web-enabled security cameras has led to a large increase in their use to monitor homes and businesses, but FOX25 Investigates discovered live feeds from some of those cameras are being rebroadcast online, creating significant privacy concerns. read more →

10 Home Security Myths Are Busted

We all have things we believe to be true because we’ve heard it from a friend or we’ve just never taken the time to find out for ourselves. read more →

9 Holiday Safety Tips To Keep Your Home Safe & Secure

The holiday season is in full swing. For most of us, that means increased charity and giving. Thieves, however, view the holiday season as an increased opportunity to take and steal. read more →

Top 5 Locations for Your Home Security Cameras

As an integrated part of your home security system, affordable video surveillance cameras offer you another line of defense against crime. read more →

Top Business Security Tips

Reprinted from Business Security Congratulations on starting your own business, or on getting your own business address and opening your business office. Now that you’re done with all that, let’s talk about security. Whether you are in the business of providing a service to a customer or providing a product, there will always be a.. read more →

New Testimonials

Our clients say it best! Here are a couple we have received recently. read more →

Revere police officers break regulations for charity

REVERE, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) — Some police officers in Revere are paying to break regulations, and it’s all for a good cause. For a $100 donation, police officers are allowed to forgo the razors and the department’s clean-shaven regulations to grow beards, goatees and other facial hair (well-groomed mustaches were already allowed). That donation will go.. read more →