Cutting-Edge Physical Security Technology

Create an unbreakable shield with CompuNet physical security solutions — designed to protect your team, avert property theft and minimize financial setbacks.


Physical Security Solutions at CompuNet

Our surveillance system solutions serve as a watchful eye, providing continuous monitoring and security to ensure peace of mind across applications.

Our solutions include:

Video Surveillance

  • High Resolution Quality
  • Low Storage Requirements
  • Mounting Solutions to Accommodate Any Situation


  • Motion
  • Loitering
  • People Counting

Vendor Agnostic

We work with top-tier brands such as:

  • Axis
  • Bosch
  • Hanwha

Personalized Physical Security Services

Our dedicated team offers tailored physical security services. We dive into the details of your operations to identify unique vulnerabilities and opportunities.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Physical security is all about taking steps to protect people, buildings, and valuable items from harm or damage. It includes using locks, alarms, and cameras to increase safety and prevent unauthorized people from getting access. Physical security is about creating a safe environment and protecting important physical items from risks like theft or vandalism.

Physical security acts as a sentinel, shielding people from potential harm and ensuring a safe environment for both employees and visitors. Secondly, it serves as a deterrent against theft and vandalism, safeguarding property and valuable assets from malicious intents.

Common physical security threats include theft, burglary, and vandalism, which directly compromise property and assets.

Physical security is key to safeguarding individuals from harm and shielding assets from theft or damage, to ensure that businesses can operate continuously and without interruption. Strict security protocols act as crime deterrents to establish a secure, regulated, and trustworthy operational environment.

The first step to improving physical security is to conduct a thorough risk assessment to pinpoint vulnerabilities and assess the effectiveness of existing safeguards. Next, implement easy access control, utilizing methodologies like keycards or biometrics, to make sure that only authorized personnel can access specified areas. The strategic placement of CCTV cameras and other surveillance technologies also offers monitoring, as both a deterrent to unauthorized persons and a means of recording activities.

The physical security system that’s right for you will depend on your specific needs and budget. Consider factors such as the size and layout of your facility, types of assets you need to protect, and the level of risk you face.


Regular testing is key to maintaining optimal functionality and identifying inconsistencies or vulnerabilities. The frequency and extent of the tests should be dictated by the type of system and the degree of risk faced, to ensure that your security measures remain robust and reliable.

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