Since 1992, IT equipments thefts and losses have reduced by 96% in companies - observed on more than 900,000 SBE Anti-theft marks installaed. Our results speak for themselves, and prove that you can start protecting your fleet effectively for €3 per workstation.
ACTIVE SECURITY N°1: SBE INVIOLABLE PLATE
SBE Anti-theft Plate SBE Mobisafe
Make the theft of your equipment much more risky or pointless by means of a marking that no one will be able to pull off, literally “welded” on to your moveables. In the event of theft, whether the plate has been removed or (considerable damage) not, the equipment can not be re-used by an undesirable, and the misdemeanour is too visible, presenting too much risk. In the case of a organized theft, the equipment no longer has any resale value.
ACTIVE SECURITY No. 2: VISUAL DETERRENT
Strongly discourage anyone from thinking about theft by making your strong anti-theft policy known by means of active signage. It will permanently stop almost all thefts of equipment in business: more than 90% of these types of theft are committed by certain “dishonest" employees who act in easy and safe circumstances and will never put their careers at stake, especially as they are clearly informed about the risk. " PROPERTY PROTECTED AGAINST THEFT “ is the statement that is shown clearly on every Anti-theft Plate. The text explains the principle of the SBE ANTI-THEFT file and the criminal risks incurred. The colours yellow and black, very visible, are security colours.
ACTIVE SECURITY No.3: THE SBE ANTI-THEFT FILE
Locate your equipment in case of theft or loss, through an independent national file on your company, the permanent link between you and your equipment. If it was stolen or lost, any person (individual, police, customs…) who found this property would be obliged to return it immediately, otherwise they would qualify as a receiver. SBE registers the Anti-theft Plate numbers on the SBE Anti-theft file for the life span of the object in question In case of theft or loss, SBE will record and publish on its "Red List" the information of the stolen/lost device.
For more information, see below: "Anti-theft File SBE/Everything You Need To Know About the SBE Anti-theft File…".