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How financial instability can affect your business’s security

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In my former post, I introduced you to the 3 Pillars of Protection: financial stability, jobs and crime rate. Today, let’s discuss financial stability and how it will affect your business’s security.

Prices are rising, access to credit isn’t what it was a decade ago, and the housing market is still shaky in many cities.

Wages aren’t rising as quickly as prices and the status of the stock market can all contribute to the state of financial stability across the United States.

While no one holds a crystal ball, some of the brightest minds in the business world are sounding alarms to financial instability we face now.

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While no one holds a crystal ball, some of the brightest minds in the business world are sounding alarms to financial instability.

We see it every day: when massive amounts of people are laid off, their investments disappear, retirement funds crash, home values decrease, and the availability to finance purchases vanishes. It can literally cause chaos.

When people become desperate to provide for their families, crime rates inevitably increase. It’s essential to protect your business before this first pillar crumbles.


Lost assets and property damage don’t have to happen.


Delta Protective Services offers live video monitoring that can help you avoid loss before it happens.


Next week, we’ll review more of the second pillar: jobs. You won’t want to miss how automation and foreign labor can affect crime in your community.


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