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Happy New Year

January 1st, 2016

Happy New Year! From all of us at EBS Security, here’s wishing you a New Year filled with wonder, success, joy and happiness!  Read More

Merry Christmas

December 24th, 2015

From all of the families at EBS Security to yours, we hope you have a safe and happy holiday. Merry Christmas!  Read More

10 Traits Every Private Investigator Needs

December 23rd, 2015

Whether you are an investigator on a police force, the FBI or work privately, you must develop several skills and qualities to become an effective investigator and solve your cases. During an investigation, you will gather information from physical evidence and witnesses and analyze the evidence to solve the crime or problem. Here are the top 10 traits a Private Investigator should have if they hope to be successful in the business. Analyst and Problem Solver – All investigations require a good logical and analytical mind. Determination and Perseverance – A good Private Investigator... Read More

Top 5 Ways to Prevent Shoplifting in Your Store

November 18th, 2015

Retail theft can have a serious impact on small businesses, in fact, the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention says that more than $35 million worth of good are stolen from retailers every day. Here are 5 of the best ways your retail small business can deter shoplifters today: Maximize Visibility: The first step in loss prevention is keeping an eye on your merchandise! You can make this task easier by placing shorter displays closer to the register, and taller displays along the perimeter of the store so that all merchandise is visible from the register. You can place mirrors around... Read More

How Important is Small Business Information Security?

May 20th, 2015

There are 24.6 million small businesses in the US, and another 2.3 million in Canada who are handling sensitive documents and confidential client information every day. Are they taking the proper care to make sure confidentiality isn’t compromised? The following infographic from shredit.com includes some facts on small business information security. Some of those facts include SMB perspective on the impact of a breach, views on international information security processes, the role of training in privacy protection, and US vs. Canadianattitudes towards security.  Read More

How to Burglar Proof Windows – Madico Safety Film

May 6th, 2015

There are quite a few way to reinforce your windows. You can choose to purchase windows with reinforced glass, use polycarbonate or pexiglass windows, window locks, window bars and window alarms. The following video shows you the benefits of reinforcing your windows using Safety and Security Film. In this demonstration, they show you the time it takes to break into a window without the film, and how long it takes to break into a window with the film. Breaking into the reinforced window took substantially longer. If someone wants to break into your home they will need tools and have to do some... Read More

Home Security and Burglary Prevention, Robert Siciliano

April 22nd, 2015

According to the FBI a burglar enters a US home every 11 seconds. So the numbers are on the rise thanks in large part to our down economy. So, what’s a home owner to do? Here are a few tips on how to theft proof your home. Burglaries are up 15% this past year. They’ll be in and out of your house in a matter of seconds and they’ll grab whatever they can and then be out of the door. They’re looking for people that aren’t paying attention, for homes that aren’t properly secured. 80% of all Americans at some time will become a victim of some type of theft. Robert... Read More

Money, Murder & The Mona Lisa: The Most Creative Heists of All-Time

March 11th, 2015

What’s the best way to steal a billion dollars? These seven epic heists show there’s a million ways to steal, but only a few ways to get away with it… This infographic is provided by Simplisafe Home Security Systems.  Read More

Tips to Burglar Proof Doors

January 21st, 2015

1. Ensure your door is sturdy! To ensure a burglar can’t simply kick your door in, you need to make sure you have the right type of door! Door types you can consider are solid wood, fiberglass, reinforced steel, or at the very least, a door with a solid-wood core. Wooden doors are a great choice, they have a timeless look and can be painted any color to match your home if you don’t like the wood grain. A metal door is a very secure choice, but they do require a little extra care to properly maintain and prevent rust.   2. Don’t have windows on your doors.  While door windows... Read More

Happy New Year!

January 1st, 2015

EBS Security would like to wish you a Happy New Year!  Read More