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At S.A.F.e, our mission is simple: create a robust, personal security solution for businesses and individuals alike.
Our S.A.F.e hardware and software were designed from the ground up
to work seamlessly together in helping you locate your employees,
friends or family in the unfortunate event of an abduction attempt or
Our team's singular focus is to continue to develop and enhance
services and solutions that enable you to focus on what matters most,
with the peace of mind in knowing the lives around you are always
S.A.F.e is all about people’s safety. There is a major gap in the market regarding the safety of every sales-force that is in contact of other people outside the business arena.
Other than your cell phone (that would be taken immediately) businesses need something that alerts them in real time if their employee are in need of immediate help. This basically means we looked at what people already have, and found out what people want/don't have, and then we filled that gap! S.A.F.e
Every dealership is unique. Whether you are a publicly traded “mega-dealer” group or a family owned single store, the information security measures you employ must be a fit for your organization and will not necessarily be the same as the dealer next door.
Security measures to protect your people and data—arguably your most valuable assets—can range from simple well-known practices to highly sophisticated and expensive technology solutions.
However, industry experts generally agree that implementing security measures always involves trade-offs and “having” security measures in place is not a bad idea.
The bottom line is RISK. A risk-centric approach is important to ensure that all your assets that affect, use and protect your business are taken into account.
These assets include hardware, software, people, processes and business partners. You must first identify your risks and then decide how much risk you can afford in each case.
If you are responsible for the security of your dealership’s Sales-force, then this document is for you. Its primary focus is information security.
Other aspects of securing your operations, such as physical security, are very important parts of this security plan and are specifically addressed in this document. The purpose of this document is to teach you best practices to help you build your organization’s own Sales-Force SAFE security plan.
Security can't be guaranteed. As Clint Eastwood once said, "If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster." The only secure system is one that's unplugged, turned off, and in a locked room.
Since it's not practical to be locked away, we need to understand the risks to our personal safety and prepare ourselves to defend them. Preparation begins with understanding — and that's where awareness comes in.
With all the news stories about abductions, carjacking, and breaches involving personal information being stolen, it's easy for the security message to sound over-used and tired. It's easy for people to say, "It won't happen here."
Yet, studies and surveys repeatedly show that: the human factor (what employees do or don't do) is the biggest threat to people safety and information systems and assets.
The best way to achieve a significant and lasting improvement in personal security is having a better solution for the problem and by raising awareness and training and educating everyone who interacts with people in the basics of personal security to help them remain SAFE.
The need for campus security is a relevant issue for all schools today. Parents and the media have all began to explore how to make campuses a safer place for elementary, middle school, high school and college students everywhere.
MSNBC recently offered an excellent report on 10 Myths About School Shootings. The article reports that school violence has actually dropped by 50 percent in the past decade. That's good news but doesn't underplay the need for proper security on all campuses.
Each year, schools around the country releases violence reports to students or parents and always reports show that crime still happens. Theft, sexual assault, bullying, hallway fights and more. Even if school violence has gone down, there's still a need for campus security to handle other issues.
The appropriate campus security is debatable. Some people feel that proper security will come with banning guns while others feel metal detectors will work. There are other less evasive ways to address school security; most of them more organic in nature. Procedures that are overlooked can also cause a need for campus security.
Some procedural aspects of security that can be assessed and addressed if necessary include:
Staff and student awareness training regarding all aspects of safety and security
Basic safety issues addressed; it does little good to address big issues if instructors can't locate a student
A good system for planning for security issues which may include a school team safety committee for SAFETY
Proper employee protection in place such as a workplace emergency action plan
Our S.A.F.e platform for our schools aids in the protection of all students.