LONDON, April 19, 2010/PRNewswire/ -- Electronic security specialist Niscayah is urging banks and building societies to take a closer look at the level and cost of their physical security to ensure they have the right protection at the right price.
Niscayah will be discussing this and other challenges financial service organisations face across their branch networks at the British Bankers' Association (BBA) security conference on 20 April, where it is a sponsor, and the Building Society Association (BSA) annual conference on 5-6 May.
Peter Romanov, UK Banking Director at Niscayah, says: "Many banks and building societies probably don't know whether they are getting good value for money because they don't know whether all areas of their business are properly protected or what alternatives there are to better protect their buildings, assets, employees and customers."
Niscayah has been trusted by many of the world's leading financial institutions for over 25 years to provide cost-effective services from design consultation, installation and ongoing maintenance. As an independent security system integrator, Niscayah recommends the best electronic security covering CCTV surveillance, intruder detection, access control and fire suppression equipment to match customers' requirements.
"Value for money is more important than ever," says Peter Romanov. "But it is crucial to look at the total cost of ownership of your security system. This includes not only the capital or revenue spend for electronic security systems but also the savings it can generate on other services, such as manned guarding or key holding."