” You have two choices: You can bury your head in the sand and hope for the best, or be proactive and get yourself some eyes on the scene. ” – Perry Myers, President of the U-Spy.
A thought provoking piece written by Jennifer Graham from deseret news discussing personal surveillance in your home. Perry Myers, president of U-Spy, was asked to speak on the topic as well! Give it a read, you don’t want to miss out!
As a service to you, we are supplying you with some helpful tips to keep your video security system up, DVR and cameras, and running well. A little prevention or self help can save you money and keep your system healthy. Continue reading →
Buying a GPS tracking device can be a hard decision. Deciding if you need to see the information live or if you can wait till you have the tracker back in your hand to see the logs. Please see the video below to help you decide. In the video we explain what the differences are so making that decision can be easier for you!
There are a lot of different recording devices available for consumer purchase these days. Hidden Surveillance cameras can range in looks from your everyday household objects like a clock radios all the way to objects that are not so covert.
The holiday season is a big time for thieves and vandals as some of you may have experienced. Halloween, Christmas and Hanukah decorations are ripe for the picking or destroying. We see a huge increase in customers scrambling to get security cameras (Spy Camera Detector) installed before the decorations go up. Continue reading →
Many of the dummy cameras being sold today have batteries and flashing strobe lights included. We strongly recommend that you resist and do not use this needless feature. Of the tens of thousands of security cameras on the market less than 1% ever have any kind of light visible let alone “flashing lights” in the front of the camera.
A flashing light on a camera screams “I am a dummy camera” and many thieves may know that. Simply don’t use the feature. Any bad guy with half a brain can figure out that the flashing light is a sure sign of a dummy camera. Continue reading →
In the world of the Internet, you need to be careful where you buy. GeoVision has a great product which often times leads to counterfeit products. Due to the issue, GeoVision has created a page on their website that will help customers find the places where to buy products safely. GeoVision will not honor warranties for any products purchased on unauthorized websites such as:
Any auction websites
Securitybestbuy dot com
DinoDirect (Customer Reported Counterfeit cards!)
Allgeovision dot com
Allmilestonesystems dot com
Allsecurityelectronics dot net
Gvdvrcard dot com
Surveillent dot net
Salestores dot com
supplyCCTV dot com
Buyers beware when purchasing GeoVision or any other products that may be counterfeit or otherwise not covered under the GeoVision warrantee. Continue reading →
Tanning salon owner Joseph Layland was a friend to many of his customers until charged with using a hidden camera to record customers in the Malden, Missouri tanning spot. Formerly “DJ’s Tan and Tone” has closed while the owner waits for trial in jail and police investigate.
Local TV site KFVS reported that police officials seized approximately 500 DVDs and videos, 18-hours of surveillance footage, and two computer hard drives as evidence in what is likely to be the Show Me State’s largest pornography crime. Continue reading →
We just finished with a bad winter and saw plenty of snow. Hopefully it will be the last of until the end of the year. In the mean time, I was hoping to prevent a different type of snow job from occurring to our customers and followers. Continue reading →
Is your mobile phone acting “funny,” or not as fast as it once was? Have you noticed that someone seems to know more about what’s going on in your life than they should? Do people say that they tried to call you, but your phone was busy (and you weren’t using it)? Does your battery seem to be sucking more juice than usual?
You can mark it down to coincidence, or it may mean that your phone has either been infected with a virus, or there’s a program running on the OS that is “listening” to, and/or, recording your email, text messages, logging your calls, and conversations. Both are different in use and theory, but in both cases they’re a security threat and nuisance. Continue reading →