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Grim Realities Color How Businesses See an Increased Need for Security

It wasn’t very long ago that green — the color of money — was the color that corporate executives worried most about. These days, though, it is orange — the color of the government’s heightened terrorism alert — that is weighing heaviest on many of their minds. Underscoring this grim reality is Inter-Con Security Systems Inc. of Pasadena, an enterprise whose 30-year history encapsulates the evolving nature of protection for major companies and institutions. Simply put, before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, an electric power plant might erect a chain-link fence to prevent liability in case a kid on a bike rode on the grounds and had a bad spill. Today, a power plant has not only the fence but also security personnel patrolling the perimeter, plus guards at every gate and closed-circuit televisions staffed by trained personnel ready to spring into action if an intruder is spotted on the monitor. Full Story

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