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Security cameras Melbourne

 Security Camera Systems Melbourne
Alarms & Security CCTV

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Commercial Security Systems 

Rhodium Security technologies is the pioneer in providing state of the art tailor made systems to suit our customer needs, our business partners include Sony, Samsung, Dahua, Bosch Etc.

Innovative Intruder Alarm Systems

We understand the challenges faced when protecting your business from unauthorised access and can provide an intruder alarm system tailored to your needs. By using full integrated intruder detection technology Rhodium Security can help you protect your premises and members of the public 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Every business has different needs, which is why our alarm systems are individually tailored to provide the greatest protection. From window sensors and magnet contacts to the latest movement and vibration detection technology we will find the ideal blend of equipment to help your business remain secure.

Rhodium intruder alarms can be remotely monitored thanks to our dedicated alarm receiving centre, helping you to meet police and insurance standards.

  • Grade 2 or 3 system insurance approved
  • Insurance company approved installation
  • 24 hour monitored protection
  • GPRS and IP signalling options available
  • Anti-mask detection devices available
  • Suitable for all commercial premises
  • Installed and maintained by Rhodium trained engineers
  • Free security consultation



commercial security systems in Melbourne

New research from cyber defence outfit BAE Systems shows a disconnect between Australia’s boardroom executives and IT decision makers in tackling cyber threats, with finger pointing and blame shifting leading to pessimism when it comes to responding to cyber breaches.

The research, which looked not just at Australia but globally, found over half of C-suite executives says their IT teams and staff more broadly are responsible in the event of a breach, whereas over two thirds of the IT decision makers think senior management and leaders should shoulder the blame.

The majority of Australian C-Suites and IT execs are united in their pessimism when it comes to the likelihood of a cyber-attack on their organisation, but only half plan to increase time and resources spent on cyber security in the coming year.