Always connect your system, both when your home or commercial premises are alone and when you are on the inside. Train everyone on the correct use of the system. It is recommended for each of the people handle their own connection keys. Change the keys of those who cease to be users, and report to the security company which such person ceased to be a user of the system. Never give the connection key to anyone, not even your provider’s monitoring, because it must only be used and known by you. If you need to surrender a key to a third party, be sure to give one other than the one you used.

Give your password, only when they called company of monitoring by an activation of your system, or when is you who called the company. In any case your password will be required if there has been no activation of the system. Change their keys and passwords from time to time. Learn how to disconnect your system when activated. Keep your list of contacts (protectors) updated. It is not recommended to use the phone when the system is activated because his company’s monitoring will contact you if you have thus referred. Always have a panic button wireless that allows you: 1.

alert to any anomaly or an intrusion attempt. 2. Connect and disconnect the system with greater speed and comfort (subject to technical feasibility). Periodically test your alarm system calling company of monitoring where guide step by step. Any malfunction, call monitoring company. Remember that you can always strengthen security with the use of cameras.