Types of Bollards and Their Uses

Most people have probably seen bollards before but not known what they were called. Some people refer to them by a more generic term, such as “traffic barriers.” A bollard is a vertical post that is short and sturdy used for security to prevent vehicles from crashing into buildings or pedestrian areas. Learn about the different bollard types, their history, and their uses today to see how these security devices continue to protect buildings and pedestrians around the world.

The Importance of Maintaining US Embassy Security

The word “embassy” refers both to the officials representing the government in a foreign country and the building in which they operate. While this can be confusing from time to time, the importance of securing both is crucial, both for the safety of the individuals in the embassy and the success of their mission. Delta Scientific recognizes the need to protect those who serve and has provided barriers to many government facilities to protect against vehicle attacks.

A Quick Event Security Checklist

Security is vital to ensuring that an important event or celebration does not turn into a tragedy. We at Delta Scientific want your event to be successful. To that end, we offer this event security checklist to help you anticipate potential threats and prepare to mitigate them before they have a chance to cause any serious harm.

The Benefits of Security Threat Modeling and Its Applications to Physical Security

Whether you run a business, oversee an entertainment venue, or manage a government or military installation, you are responsible for human lives and physical assets. There are always threats that imperil lives and put physical assets at risk of theft or damage, and security threat modeling is a method of first identifying and then mitigating these threats.

5 Types of Barriers That Can Improve College Campus Security

Colleges and universities take campus security very seriously. As a result, the last two decades have seen a general decline in crime rates on campuses of higher education. Nevertheless, there are challenges involved in enforcing security on college campuses. For example, a single campus may encompass an area equivalent to several city blocks. During key hours, this area is densely populated with students and staff members. Additionally, the larger colleges may have roadways through campus. Sometimes the roadways are private, limited only to students and university staff. Other roadways may be open to the public.