News and Reviews
The most up-to-date security solutions, news, advice and opinions from our in-house experts
Opem Security launched it’s state of the art, in-house control room in 2012 and has since received high praise for its unique method of monitoring and ability to effectively intercept and capture intruders. Meet the team and discover their security insights.
To celebrate International Women’s Day we caught up with, Chief Operations Officer, Sara Chegwidden. Read on to discover her industry insights.
Opem Security is delighted to announce our continued sponsorship with, MDD, for the second year in a row. The charity remains at the forefront of research in the fight against diseases like cancer, Parkinson’s disease, malaria and bacterial infections.
Opem Security is pleased to announce our upgraded Gold status partnership with SALTO. Partners will benefit from a host of benefits, resources, and support.
The Rangers are a manned guarding service set up by TOG with the view of improving building security. We caught up with head Ranger, Terry for his insights.
Opem Security is the proud sponsor of rising equestrian athletes, Lillie and Miley. Both girls are members of Saddleworth and District Pony Club and Rochdale and District Riding Club.
Discover How Keyless Security Systems Improve Operational Efficiency and Give Commercial Office Spaces Complete Control
Boutique office company, Office Space in Town, selected Opem Security to install SALTO access control for its newest serviced office development in London.
Discover the risks for lone workers and learn how to create a lone working risk assessment. Improve the security of your commercial space today with Opem Security.
Observe how a seemingly simple gesture can lead to a widespread company security breach, leaving workplaces vulnerable to theft and damage.
In light of the pandemic, we have been working tirelessly to install contactless access control to help reduce touchpoints for our clients and their tenants. Find out everything you need to know here.
Figures released this week show an estimated 4.5 million people in the UK have been affected as a result of the pandemic. With the 9.1 million unpaid carers already caring prior to the outbreak.