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Happy New Year!

January 1st, 2015

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

Merry Christmas!

December 25th, 2014

  EBS Security would like to wish you a very merry Christmas!  Read More

3 Common Security Systems for Retail Stores

December 17th, 2014

If you own a retail store, the safety of your employees and inventory is generally at the top of your list. Installing cameras, hiring security guards, and implementing security tags at your store are a few steps you as a retail store owner can take in order to prevent or catch thievery. Recording Devices If you install cameras throughout your store you can not only be on the lookout for shoplifters, you can also record every transaction that occurs in the store. Cameras are necessary if you own a retail store. If you are robbed you will be able to provide the police and insurance companies with... Read More

The Myths, Facts and More of IP Surveillance Cameras

December 3rd, 2014

If you own a retail store security should be one of your top concerns. Installing quality surveillance cameras not only helps prevent theft, it also benefits you if your store is robbed as you will be able to provide the police and insurance companies with proof of what happened. Some Quick Facts The average cost of a surveillance system is $100 – $1600 The most common camera resolutions are 300 TVL 600 TVL and 1080p HD Take a look at this infographic by A1 Security Cameras to learn more! Created by  Read More

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

November 27th, 2014

Let us remember that, as much has been given us, much will be expected from us, and that true homage comes from the heart as well as from the lips, and shows itself in deeds. ~Theodore Roosevelt  Read More

Smart Home Technology: Smart Locks Comparison – Goji, Kwikset, Lockitron, August

November 19th, 2014

Because so many of you seemed to enjoy my post on the Smart Security System Canary, I wanted to share another smart home option with you!   If you’re interested in creating a smart home you’re likely thinking about all of the things you can do to the inside of your home, smart lamps, TVs, coffee makers, etc. But what better place to start than at the entrance of your home? Smart locks combine the security and reliability of a trusted deadbolt lock with the innovation and convenience of technology. One of the most convenient features of a smart lock, is that you will never have to search... Read More

Protect your Home from Burglary During the Holidays

November 12th, 2014

To many, the holidays are about giving and being with those you love, but to burglars the holidays are about taking. Not only will these burglars take your things, but they will also take the joy and warmth from you as well. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, American homes are victims of burglary about every 15 seconds. Typically, burglars spend less than 60 seconds in their attempt to break into a home. This means that the more difficult it is to gain access, the more likely a burglar is to reconsider the attack. Here are some simple tips and tricks that can help to deter burglars.   Draw... Read More

Smart Home Technology: Smart Security System – Canary

October 22nd, 2014

With the tech industry advancing by bounds, the home of the future is here now! Companies are quickly introducing a range of devices that can make life for you simple, and help you to be a bit more eco-friendly. The Canary is a great home security option! Designed to simplify the connection to your home. Affordable and Intuitive the Canary has sensors, an HD Camera, microphone, heat sensors, night vision, motion detection, and more. You just plug it in. The Canary not only detects intruders, it also detects hazards like fire, water leaks, and carbon monoxide, making it one of the best home security... Read More

What To Do After a Burglary

October 8th, 2014

The Bottom Line – Stay smart and put safety first.  You may think, ‘Oh, it would never happen to me. I lock my doors every day.’  Unfortunately a locked door is rarely enough to stop an intruder from entering your home.  While we hope that you never experience a break-in, it’s always good to be prepared. So, what should you do if your home has been broken into while you’re still there?   Step 1: Get out of the house. Remember, safety first. Leave your home as quickly as possible and get someplace safe like your neighbor’s house, your car, or a nearby... Read More

Biker Gang Protects Abused Children

September 24th, 2014

Bikers are unfortunately often branded all sorts of ways…mostly negative. However, this group of bikers uses their spare time to empower abused children and help to make them feel safe. Their story is truly inspiring.  Read More