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Personal Safety During The Holidays

‘Tis the season to enjoy quality time with family and friends, good food, and gifts, but it’s also a time when we need to be ever-more diligent about personal safety and protecting your family and home. This Thanksgiving , according to AAA,  travel was predicted to be up 13% since 2020. Roughly 53.4 million Americans were expected to travel, which is the highest single-year increase […]

TriCorps Surveillance Partners with LenelS2 and Milestone Systems

TriCorps Surveillance is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with LenelS2, a leading provider in advanced security systems, and Milestone Systems, an international open platform developer of networked video management software (VMS). LenelS2 is a part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, fire, security, and […]

I Was Breached. It Was My Vendor’s Fault. What Now?

Leaders and IT departments worldwide are still working to recover from arguably one of the most prolific cyberattacks ever. If you use Microsoft Exchange Server, you were undoubtedly impacted by the hack, and if you were, you were not alone. The Wall Street Journal reported that the number of customers affected by the attack could reach upwards […]

An Integrated Approach to Emergency Response

Despite our best efforts to prevent them, emergencies are inevitable. Developing security protocols ahead of time to respond to emergencies is crucial to minimizing or preventing injury, property damage, and even loss of life. Just as no two emergencies are alike, the needs of each client vary. To ensure we provide the level of support […]

Ease the Company Budget by Implementing the TriCorps® Integrated Security Model

Newsflash: 2020 was a tough year. Ok, maybe not quite breaking news. We will forever remember the challenges, hurts, and loss of this past year. Countless times during the pandemic onslaught, TriCorps answered the call to assist our clients in their security needs in multiple ways, even in complex environments. As protests, riots, and looting […]

Introducing TriWatch™: TriCorps’ Intelligence Monitoring Services 

In the ongoing effort to keep TriCorps clients informed on potential security risks, we are proud to announce TriWatch™, a programmatic monitoring of three distinct sources of information on the web for specific kinds of data, both for safety and security purposes. The three sources include: open web sources (websites, online news, competitor sites), social […]

You are our Greatest Asset Online: Protecting Yourself and TriCorps

Warren Buffett, considered the greatest investor of all time, recently said “I don’t know much about cybersecurity, but I do think it’s the number one problem with mankind.” – www.businessinsider.com Here are some statistics: $445 billion. That’s the total the World Economic Forum estimates will cost the global economy in 2016 thanks to cybercrime. That […]

Oilfield Crime Still Booming – Protect Your Assets!

With many oilfield companies laying off workers, many oilfield workers are looking for employment. People who are out of work can be angry, bored, and/or desperate, which could lead to more oilfield thefts. As you can see in this article, oilfield crime is booming in West Texas and around the country. The best way to stop […]

Thieves Compromise Garage Wall

In May of this year, thieves cut through a garage wall at a trucking business to steal a truck in Oklahoma City. With the presence of physical security, the thieves might have been deterred, or with the use of cameras like the ones TriCorps Surveillance now offers, our command center operators could have been providing […]

Franklin Regional High School Assailant to be Charged as Adult

Franklin Regional High School assailant, Alex Hribal, will be charged as an adult for his stabbing rampage on April 9, 2014. Hribal injured more than 20 people before he was apprehended by assistant principal Sam King. One of the injured was a security officer. Read the full story here.