Service Solutions: Does Your Video Surveillance Monitoring Method Put Your Business at Risk?
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Every business needs a video surveillance system to guarantee the security of its premises and improve business operations. As a high-risk industry, cannabis businesses have an even greater need for these systems. Cultivation facilities, processing labs, and dispensaries are high-value targets for potential criminals due to the large amounts of currency and cannabis products stored on-site.
In addition, these systems are necessary to remain compliant with local or state law. However, while regulations require cannabis businesses to equip their facilities with a functioning video surveillance system, regulations can be less restrictive about how these systems are monitored. Yet, the method of video monitoring chosen can determine how effective the business can be at reducing and preventing criminal activity.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the stark differences between the most common methods businesses choose for video monitoring to clear up the confusion about the best method for your type of business.
In this session, you will learn:
• What are the most common video monitoring methods for cannabis businesses?
• How does each method monitor, detect unauthorized activity, and comply with canna regulations?
• What is the best option for your type of business?
Senior Security Consultant
Sapphire Risk Advisory Group
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