Security Engineers’ Blog

Keeping Our Healthcare Heroes Safe

Hospital workers have never just been hospital workers. When treating patients there are times when crises can arise. Unfortunately, in many situations it is left to healthcare workers to handle it when a properly trained and certified security professional is not on...

International Women’s Day Spotlight

Today's International Women’s Day Spotlight is Rebecca Strobl, Director of Security Solutions Support Group Rebecca Strobl first entered the security industry in 2003 as a saleswoman. The idea of protecting people’s livelihoods as well as providing career...

National Invest in Veteran’s Week

At Security Engineers we pride ourselves on our continuing investment in the Veteran community. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are almost 9 million Veterans active in the workforce today, around 5.6% of the labor force in America. Here at Security...

How to be Artificial Intelligence Intelligent

How to be Artificial Intelligence Intelligent

How to be Artificial Intelligence Intelligent… There is much skepticism surrounding Artificial Intelligence. How can you be smart about it? I spoke to a team member in Silicon Valley’s research and engineering at Turing, VP of Marketing, Yi Jin, Ph.D. Being a robotics...

You Get What You Pay For

You Get What You Pay For

You Get What You Pay For Why You Should Never Use a Fly-by-Night Company for Security Camera Installation.  A few things my parents drilled into my head throughout the years was nothing in life is free and you get what you pay for. I have learned the hard way that my...

COVID-19: The Forgotten Responders

COVID-19: The Forgotten Responders

By: Mark Quimby, MSCJ - Regional Manager, Southwest & Major Projects for Security Engineers, Inc. Coronavirus (CoVid-19) worldwide epidemic has been temporarily shutting down the world, one country at a time, but first responders continue to put their lives on the...

Child Predators are Everywhere

Child Predators are Everywhere

Teaching your kids the dangers of talking to strangers or “Stranger Danger” isn’t enough in today’s society. Sometimes, [or most of the time] it’s not strangers, yet someone who knows the child very well. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children found...

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