Keeping Outdoor Spaces Safe with Layers of Security

The development of security strategies is informed by certain key differences in the objectives of indoor versus outdoor security. Indoor...  More

An Open and Shut Case: Improving Campus Security One Door at a Time

This weekend, I had an amazing sleepover with my oldest child in her freshman dorm room. She used her "swipe," as she refers to her student...  More

Cybersecurity at Private Universities

For many years, security on private college and university campuses has been a major concern for students, parents, faculty, and staff.  More

Active Shooters on Campus: Plans, Products, and Prevention

As active-shooter situations have spread to college and university campuses over the last decade, administrators in higher education have...  More

Safety by Design: Strategies for Campus Security

In a quest for better campus safety, architecture, master planning and allied disciplines, one must first understand the factors that shape...  More

The Current Concept of Campus Security: A Brief Overview

Campus security has been of increasing concern for students, their parents, and college officials over the past forty years. A turning...  More

Sounding the Alarm on Inefficient Campus Security

A college campus is one of the most challenging environments to keep safe.┬áMany campuses span several hundred acres and are made up of a...  More

Testing Matters: Door Security

In earlier pieces for the PUPN audience, we have examined a few of the product-related criteria that you have in mind for your facilities....  More

Digital & Open: Moving Lighting Controls into the 21st Century

We moved into the 21st Century over 17 years ago. We can ask "Alexa" to play us songs, lock the doors and order pizza. Everywhere you go...  More

Instigating a Culture Shift: Campuses Can Combat Sexual Harassment and Violence

It's time for our society to take a long, hard look in the mirror. The expanding list of powerful men accused of sexual harassment, the...  More