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Jul. 31, 2014 10:49 am

Why Indy Hall copied Neighborhood Watch for its security policy

Indy Hall.

(Photo by Alex Hillman)

It took one “major breach of trust” for Indy Hall to develop a security policy, Indy Hall head Alex Hillman wrote on his blog. The Old City coworking space calls it the “Neighborhood Watch Method” and it’s how they build trust and make everyone feel comfortable leaving laptops and desktops out, no security cameras needed.

Read Hillman's blog post
Companies: Indy Hall
People: Alex Hillman
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