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  • At a previous job, my IT counterpart and I decided not to fight the silos because the regulatory framework and employee backgrounds were so different, and we drew a sharp line between IT security and physical security. However, we coordinated our security ...

  • I recommend reviewing the publicly accessible DHS report on window film located here:  https://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/SRWF-MSR_0115-508.pdf ------------------------------ Brian Saunders, CPP Special Agent - Site Security Manager ...

  • Morning Nikki, May I suggest a quick call to discuss before you make a final decision? Total Security Solutions is our go to folks for glass protection. Feel free to contact me. mrehfeld@intrusiontech.com ------------------------------ Michael Rehfeld ...

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    RE: Glass protection

    James I got copied on that. The idea is to not let them in. Not worrying about how they get out.. The best solution is video motion on each window. These days is very inexpensive. Will give instant view and decision can be made. I assume there is ...

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    RE: Glass protection

    Niki, Do I understand correctly that you are going with both PVB and 3M film? If so, you should be fine although the 3M is probably overkill, depending on the thickness of the PVB. Assuming a "daylight" installation, make sure the installers anchor ...

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    RE: Glass protection

    We have glass breaks, motions and cameras planned throughout the area but we have always also added protection to the windows as well. -- Nicki Luongo Director, Protective Services Museum of Fine Arts, Boston nluongo@mfa.org | 617-369-3508 ...

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