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Physical security is quickly becoming an all-important element of both home and business protection, not only from the standpoint of asset control, but also personal safety. According to a short article published in SDM in December of 2020, "According to a new report published by Polaris Market Research, the global smart locks market is anticipated to reach $6.1 billion by 2026" (https://tinyurl.com/3n4ms5wp). 

In the August issue of Facility Executive magazine in a trends story entitled Essential Security Trends for FM's (Facility Managers), I wrote "Security in this day and age is not an option, it’s an absolute necessity whether it involves physical or logistical protection. For a facility manager, it’s important to understand the common risks, uncommon security threats, and cyber security issues, along with the most efficient and available solutions. Although it seems as though the sky’s the limit, so far as the number of concerns involving the security challenges we face today, the following five trends appear to be foremost..."  (To read the remainder of this article, click: https://tinyurl.com/mamdfk93.) 

It's almost certain that everyone, from the average consumer to business owner/manager, is concerned about the security of their possessions as well as their family members, employees, and those that visit them. 

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