Having a sound security plan is not just about perimeter walls, tall fences and two Dobermann Pinschers in the front yard. When it comes to protecting what matters, you must have a practical, common sense approach to physical and digital security.
The relationship between physical security and digital security is nothing new. In 2017, Wall Street Journal editor and reporter Ben DiPietro interviewed Imad Mouline, Chief Technology Officer at critical communication services provider Everbridge, Inc. Mouline detailed how physical and digital security teams are coming together to protect not just people but also their personal devices. This integration provides the ability to react to potential threats with more efficiency, he said.
Recognizing a convergence of physical and digital security and having a plan to reduce the risk of a breach is the best path forward to protect your home from potential threats.