Security in today’s institutes of higher learning is complex. Schools must maintain an environment of open access and free exchange of ideas while still providing a safe and secure campus for students, staff and visitors.
Developing the necessary physical security measures to support the 24/7 operation of a higher education campus requires coordinating teams of professionals, understanding the planning and construction process and a clear understanding of your vulnerabilities. On top of that, for every security challenge that exists, there are ways to mitigate vulnerabilities through either procedures or design and construction. But even when you have this knowledge, how do you make sure that you are making the right investment in security?
Here are five questions to ask before you make an investment in security:
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