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Some facts about our work in the Victorian Hotel Quarantine Program

There has been a lot of reporting on the Hotel Quarantine Program in Victoria and this reporting has been vital because it ensures the public is aware of the full facts. However some of the coverage and social media commentary has been inaccurate or misleading. Unified Security provides this update read more »

Statement regarding Victorian Quarantine Hotels

Unified Security is an Australian Indigenous ISO-certified company that is proud to provide its services to the Victorian Government.  read more »

How to Create the Best Security Guard Training Program

Australian security professionals form part of the fine line between being a thriving organisation and being a big, red target for theft and vandalism. Much depends on their ability to keep their clients safe and respond to situations as they emerge. read more »

Thank you to our dedicated team.

Unified Security Group would like to sincerely thank all members of our dedicated team. Your willingness to step up and perform during this trying time is inspiring read more »

Understanding Corporate Security in the Transport Industry

The Australian transport industry relies on corporate security solutions to keep their operations running safely and smoothly. It’s a complex relationship between various stakeholders, and understanding how they all fit together can make it easier for procurement managers and other decision-makers read more »

Thermal Cameras And Body Temperature Measurement Technology

Given the current global climate whereby we are now having to learn to live with the COVID-19 outbreak, it is presenting challenges that are testing and bringing the capabilities of nation states around the world to bear. In the modern era, global human systems have not been tested to this extent read more »

Unified Security partner with Saltwater Freshwater Festival

This year the Saltwater Freshwater Festival showcased the broad and diverse spectrum of the Mid-North Coast community, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal backgrounds along with youngsters and Elders in attendance. Cultural workshops were available throughout the day that allowed the public to read more »

How to Integrate a Security Provider into Your Business

Part 4 in a Series on Procurement in the Security Industry   Introducing new security teams to your business can be daunting. It disrupts your established workflows, it involves spatial changes in the form of electronic security, and it requires your employees to keep up with major changes. read more »

9 Questions to Ask before Hiring a New Security Team

Part 3 in a Series on Procurement in the Security Industry   Procurement managers have a big responsibility to make sure that the vendors they choose are worth the (often significant) investment. The right choice will help you control your risks. read more »

3 Simple Ways  To Tell if a Security Company is Worth Your Investment

Part 2 in a Series on Procurement in the Security Industry   Engaging a service provider is always a gamble, and procuring security for your business is no different. There’s no telling for sure whether the supplier you’ve met will do a satisfactory job until you’ve sunk time and money into giving read more »