Even the smallest of businesses with low security risk have a need for security. Perhaps your business does not high-tech equipment or top secret files stored there. Owners of small businesses like a family owned bakery or bookstore may think they do not have to invest in security. They drop their money every day and don’t keep a large amount of cash on hand to begin with. They don’t have expensive inventory. These things mean they are low risk.
Maybe they are not a high risk for armed robbery but that doesn't mean they aren't in need of security.
Small businesses, particularly businesses that don’t have a very high profit margin, need to keep track of every penny earned and every penny spent. In businesses without security measures in place are at risk for petty theft. Though the value of stolen items doesn't amount to much, it can and will add up over time.
Theft can be a shop lifter stealing a muffin or a comic book or an employee who takes home a box of pens or a sack of flour. The fact is that anyone who steals once and gets away with it is likely to repeat their behavior. Once the door is opened, your business is subjected to repeated theft, and no matter how minor that theft is it can and should be prevented.
All business, large or small, relies on its profits to survive. Protect those profits by investing in a sound security system that will deter theft and give you, your employees and your bookkeeper peace of mind.