Can you provide some context around video surveillance systems that utilize artificial intelligence and video analytics?
I heard that banking institutions cannot be closed more than 3 consecutive days in a row – is this true?
Should our bank have a CCTV system that is PCI DSS compliant?
Do you recommend the use of "Simulated," "Dummy," or "Fake" surveillance cameras to augment genuine camera placements? Manufacturers and distributors of these non-functioning devices suggest installing one or more of these cameras is one of the best ways to provide security and reduce costs. Their marketing material suggests that dummy cameras can help deter crime when appropriately utilized with real equipment. For example: The appearance of security can be enough to scare off criminals and having some deterrence is better than having none at all, fake cameras do not require circuitry or connections and can be installed virtually anywhere, the dummy cameras will deter inexperienced, low-level criminals.
There was a major car accident that happened in front of our bank involving a hit-and-run vehicle. One of the individuals whose car was hit (a non customer) came into the bank and asked us to provide security camera footage that might help them identify the car that fled the scene. Can we release the footage without a subpoena?
What is the best robbery deterrent, bullet-resistant glass, armed guards, or off-duty law enforcement?
How do you know when it’s time to replace bullet-resistant glass?
What are some of the best ways for our customers to protect themselves against ATM crime?
I am trying to understand how other financial institutions handle the branch "All-Clear” signal. Do you require individual branch offices to have a unique All-Clear? How frequently do you recommend that the branch offices change the signal? Can you share opening and closing best-practice processes?
Does the FDIC’s Bank Secrecy Act provide any specific security standards relating to Night Depository Vaults?