SecurityRI.com is growing locally within the Rhode Island area and always screening for professional security officers. We have open security jobs.
Rhode Island-based local security company, SecurityRI.com has been around since 1985 &
Continues to provide excellent security services to our clients. With a history of the first security license in Rhode Island, our original philosophy has remained while growing our security solutions and technology.
As we navigate post-Covid, our organization is always screening / hiring great talent within the security space. Our positions vary from 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift – Full time and part-time, flexible hours, overtime, and internal growth.
If you are looking for a new opportunity in the security field, locally-based Rhode Island resident, or are willing to travel from Massachusetts please visit our website and apply today, we have Jobs in RI!
Please fully complete the pre-screening questions and our HR Department will coordinate an interview. If you need to follow up with any questions please contact us through the website or [email protected]
Again, our RI & MA security positions range from the following:
When it comes to security, you must form a “Prevention-First Mindset.” Many companies have this approach backward – they deal with security after the breach, damage, or customer complaints.
In business, we understand company image is everything. The impression individuals form of your business depends on a range of factors—branding, personal interactions, presence, and most of all, “reputation.”
Therefore, robust security prevention and presence can continue your positive ongoing business image.
Question: Why does my business need security? Incidents at my location never happen?
Answer: Crimes are rising, year after year, and brings us to our point of “preventative” measures. Innovative companies invest in their marketing, growth, customer service, etc. They also understand the peace of mind insurance of having security rolled into their operations. Security comes in many forms – from physical security officers, mobile patrols, surveillance cameras, cyber security, and the list continues.
Supportive data for your awareness:
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released detailed data on nearly 8.9 million criminal offenses reported via the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) in 2020. The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program’s latest report, NIBRS, 2020, presents data about 23 offense categories comprised of 52 offenses. It also presents arrest data for those crimes and ten additional categories for which only arrest data is collected.
Highlights of NIBRS, 2020
In 2020, 9,880 law enforcement agencies, whose jurisdictions covered more than 177.5 million U.S. inhabitants, submitted NIBRS data to the UCR Program. These agencies accounted for 62.1% of the 15,901 law enforcement agencies that submitted data to the UCR Program in 2020. Currently, the FBI does not estimate NIBRS data for agencies that do not submit it. Of the 8,879,728 offenses reported in 7,560,867 incidents, 60.5% were crimes against property, 25.2% were crimes against persons, and 14.3% were crimes against society. (Due to rounding, some percentage breakdowns may not add to 100%.) Among these categories, the offenses most reported include larceny/theft offenses, assault offenses, and drug/narcotic offenses, respectively.
You start with sealing the perimeter – by focusing on prevention. If securing with a physical security officer, you want a security team that provides a security presence, understands proper escalation processes and formal reporting; therefore, the client is always aware of their location’s situation.
Surveillance cameras: you or your service provider want to receive an alert before a crime has begun. High-end Artificial Intelligence (AI) surveillance cameras can distinguish and alert a breach by a human the minute they trigger the camera’s built-in protocols. Alerts are sent to the monitor, reacting and beginning the preventive phase.
Cyber security: Detection-based tools, on their own, can’t provide the level of protection needed to keep an organization secure. On average, most threats go undetected for upward of 100 days. Because detection-based tools rely on signatures, threats that have yet to be seen readily slip through traditional defenses. A staggering 360,000 new malicious files are detected every day. Breaches will remain a daily occurrence until cybersecurity tools can block new threats as quickly as they evolve.
Above are just a few examples of preventive security measures and scratching the surface on how intelligent and effective they can be for an individual, business, or property.
For additional information please feel to contact any of our security specialists, we’d be happy to assist.
The threat landscape is changing. The digital revolution has transformed the world in a multitude of positive ways—but it has inadvertently created new threats. From Social Media and messaging platforms to remote work environments we are dealing with a new era of efficiency. Which is great for society in many ways, although the same technology carries over to the security threats.
Combating these threats requires intelligent applications that can rapidly sift through overwhelming amounts of data that cannot be processed at the human level. Recent developments in artificial intelligence and signals processing can help security catch up. As tools become more sophisticated and readily available, security organizations must adopt new practices and capabilities. Failure to transform will increase the likelihood of becoming a target.
Not only do you need the AI programs, but you also need the technicians who can analyze the data and make security decisions on execution.
Technology Mixed with Physical Security
Here at SecurityRI we believe technology should be part of physical security. Technology assist with the ways we interact, speed of our messaging, detecting trends, and reducing criminal activity.
The major piece is the data being collected to detect trends. We gather the information from the field officers, who report incidents and unusual activity. Data is entered into our security database and trends are detected to realign our securing staff.
Why Invest in Security? ROI
Security in general has many returns on its investment because you are reducing risk. Reducing risk of security breaches means less unnecessary funds spent in the future. Less funds spent on breaches = peace of mind.
Peace of mind, knowing your business is secure, employees are safer, and you are focusing on your business’s core competencies.
Methods of security you can invest in to ensure your security protocols are implemented correctly:
Cyber Security – Computer security, cybersecurity or information technology security is the protection of computer systems and networks from information disclosure, theft of or damage to their hardware, software, or electronic data, as well as from the disruption or misdirection of the services they provide.
Security Guards / Patrol Team – Actual personnel stationed at your location. Ether during the day or overnight when your business is closed. Patrol can be added for an additional security presence factor. Visual, known security helps deter criminal activity.
Physical Security – security measures that are designed to deny unauthorized access to facilities, equipment, and resources and to protect personnel and property from damage or harm.
Surveillance Cameras – monitoring of behavior, activities, or information for the purpose of information gathering, influencing, managing, or directing.
Back to when we talk about the future of security is here – we are talking about the integration of all the listed security measures. Having a team who strictly holds the keys to your location, that you can trust. Also. Leveraging between the different security sectors to ensure your people, property and assets are protected.