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You can publish whatever you want in the Offcanvas Section. It can be any module or particle.

By default, the available module positions are offcanvas-a and offcanvas-b but you can add as many module positions as you want from the Layout Manager.

You can also add the hidden-phone module class suffix to your modules so they do not appear in the Offcanvas Section when the site is loaded on a mobile device.

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For a variety of businesses, access control is crucial to maintaining a company’s safe ecosystem. Access control can be a great security technique that helps to regulate and minimize risk in a business or organizational environment. Utilizing this security measure can help protect your data, your people and your business.

 

 

In today’s digital age, there are approximately 2.5 quintillion tons of data being produced daily. This data comes in all shapes and sizes generated from your credit cards, social media engagements, online purchasing, and so much more. With such fast-paced processing of data, it is important to understand your digital footprint and how to regulate and minimize your risk of data breaches. While millennials are known to be a data-first generation, they place less emphasis or concern on their personal security risks. Millennials are well aware of the risks associated with technology convenience but don’t seem to be bothered by it.


The sad truth is that at some point in time a retail business will inevitably experience theft.
More than $13 billion worth of goods are stolen every year from retailers, according to the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention, which equates to about $35 million a day. Shoplifters are everywhere, and safety measures within a store can do wonders for preserving your profits. Depending on the type of business, the risk of theft could vary depending on product type. For example, jewelry or technology stores may face a higher risk of shoplifting because their inventory is more expensive.

 

Construction sites can often face vandalism, theft and accidents that inhibit the seamless flow of the site’s completion. It is important to put the necessary security measures in place to make sure your construction site is running smoothly and securely. Finding security solutions that are right for you can help reduce accidents, damage and crime.

Basic best practices


Every construction site is unique and poses its own risks on the job, but here are some basic best practices for every construction site:

  • Assign supervisor security responsibilities
  • Require mandatory training to help workers be aware of
  • Work cooperatively with local authorities to ensure the proper safety protocols are implemented
  • Have good relations with neighboring facilities so they can warn you of any suspicious activity
  • Report all incidents of vandalism and theft immediately
  • Maintain a updated record book of incidents

The first line of defense in any security situation is putting signs on the property that warn intruders. Warning intruders that there are extra security measures they will have to endure helps to deter intruders from the initial effort.

 

With new advances in technology constantly arising, it is no wonder the home and private security market has grown into a more competitive market with many new technological offerings available to homeowners. From products designed to catch intruders, to products that are intended to alert others when an accident occurs, there are plenty of new and improved security systems in the market available today. Listed below are five technological innovations, ranging in price, that are available in the market today for both home security and as part of private security systems.

 

 

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