Engineered security is like a chain. It's only as strong as the weakest link.
On the Bloopers page, you'll find several real-world examples from the security branch. Our intention is mainly educational. The photos' properties have been removed so that identification linking to an address is impossible.
It's all in the detailsA criminal looks through eyes that are different from the average client's. A criminal notices small, seemingly unimportant details. Details that can undermine an entire set of security measures. It's often said: "But the criminal first has to find them." That's right! But, considering the number of break-ins that occur daily, it would seem that they're reasonably successful.
Shutter with easily manipulated padlock
Strong steel sliding gate with breakable tumbler lock
Lots of work, not much security
A botch job
Had a few laughs?Bloopers are fun to see, but security is a serious business, of course. So obtain advice from professionals. We'll be glad to help you with good advice and proper implementation. Call +31 263610909 at your convenience or send us an e-mail.
Want to know more about how things should go (or shouldn't) when it comes to security? The check out the series of articles published under the title of Peppi & Kokki versus Mickey Mouse and written by Wim van den Hoogen was published in the (Dutch) trade magazine Beveiliging. Here you'll find even more tips about how things shouldn't and mustn't be done. And about how things should be done.