Trevor Adler, Associate General Counsel and Director of Building Operations, featured in Security Magazine

Security Magazine | September 2010

When it comes to the law, facility owners and security leaders should understand two important concepts. The first concept is the extent of security that must be deployed in order to avoid a negligent security lawsuit. The second concept is the interplay between video surveillance and privacy.

What is a Minimum Threshold of Security?

Even though a universal minimum of security has not been specified by law, cost effective security technologies are likely to be considered reasonable security precautions that facility owners and security managers must take in order to satisfy their legal duty to protect tenants and visitors from the foreseeable criminal acts of third parties…

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