Since the birth of the internet, everything digital has evolved at lightning speed, including electronic security and this certainly applies to electronic security, such as cameras, sensors, access control devices, alarms and notification systems.  All of these have gotten better, smaller, easier to install, more integrated with each other and less expensive.

However, while cameras, electronic locks and other devices help with security by monitoring remote areas or limiting unauthorized access, they are only as good as the personnel who install, maintain and monitor them.  A culture of cameras, locks and alarms cannot replace with a culture of safety based on awareness, positive modeling of behaviors and personal responsibility throughout the organization.