Doubling Up On Security Won’t Make Anyone Safer

It is unbelievable how technology has progressed and how it can affect security and safety in a building. BylawsOnline was contacted recently by a building with an interesting problem. A resident whose security tag to the building was not working requested a replacement security tag. When the owners corporation did not respond promptly the owner threatened to contact a security device supplier and obtain a generic remote device and code it to their garage and the common property.    Read the article……….


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