24HRS Network has years of experience tailoring a security solution suited to your business' specific needs. From turn-key off-the-shelf solutions with motion sensors, door sensors, and glass break sensors to fully integrated network-based biometric offerings and speciality sensing such as laser and floor pressure intrusion detection — we've done it — for companies all over Texas.

In several cases we have helped large customers with complex disparate systems create hybrid solutions to leverage much of their existing hardware but provided a much needed unified solution. Due to our extensive experience that is not just in security solutions, we have even worked with clients to create time-clock integrated alarm systems allowing employee tracking and meeting the security requirements of the business.

TX LIC B18239

Access Control

24HRS Network's mission is to enable our customers to focus on their core business and increasing productivity. Our commitment to our customers is that we provide invaluable business-first insight to achieve their business goals and to make the technology that is part of all business a tool rather than an additional item on the checklist.

24HRS Network does in-house custom entry gate fabrication and installation for apartment complexes and neighborhood enterances including phone call boxes, EZ TAG and TxTag integration.

TX LIC B18239

NVR / VMS / DVR Solutions

We understand (and strongly agree) that different businesses have distinct needs when it comes to video surveillance. At a basic level, a networked video recorder (NVR) is a hard-drive based system responsible for detecting motion and storing the video from the cameras. A video management system (VMS) is the software that catalogs the video recorded by the NVR and makes it quick and easy to access from your computer or even a mobile device.

We will work with you to find a quality system that will meet your needs and have room for your planned future growth. 24HRS Network has done systems smaller systems for single-location businesses and financial institutions, such as banks, which have regulatory compliance requirements all the way up to large communities with multiple night-vision outdoor cameras at locations spread out over miles.

Alarm Monitoring

24HRS Network is partnered with one of the largest and most reliable nationwide commerical alarm monitoring providers. As a licensed installer and certified partner our partnership affords lifelong monitoring discounts to the customers we install systems for.

Whether you need basic entry monitoring, specialized monitoring, business automation, or full video surveillance monitoring we've got your business covered 24/7/365.

TX LIC B18239

Monitoring Levels

Basic Silver Gold Platinum
24-Hour Dispatch
Insurance Discounts
Risk-Free Setup
No Hidden Fees
Nationwide Service
Free Tech-Support
Door Sensors
Motion Sensors
Smoke / Heat
Carbon Monoxide
Tamper Sensors
(Time-Lock Safe)
Glass Break Sensors
Business Automation
(HVAC, Lights, Etc)
Mobile Apps
Video Surveillance
Specialized Sensors
(Floor Pressure, Halon)
Call 713.568.8979 pricing details


The Internet is a tool that every business must use to reach new and larger markets. Without the Internet businesses would drastically lose the efficiency that tools like e-mail, collaboration intranet sites like Microsoft® SharePoint offers; and many businesses couldn't even make phone calls without the Internet because they use Voice Over IP (VoIP).

24HRS Network offers best-practices security checks, full security audits, and employee security training and compliance monitoring — for larger companies, we also specialize in full disaster recovery and business continuity planning and implementation. We will work with your non-technical business compliance officer to establish a plan of action, and then carry it out on your behalf providing management and compliance reporting.

CyberSecurity Tips

  • 1. Train employees in security principles
  • 2. Protect information, computers and networks from cyber attacks
  • 3. Provide firewall security for your Internet connection
  • 4. Create a mobile device action plan
  • 5. Make backup copies of important business data and information
  • 6. Control physical access to your computers and create user accounts for each employee
  • 7. Secure your Wi-Fi networks
  • 8. Employ best practices on payment cards
  • 9. Limit employee access to data and information, limit authority to install software
  • 10. Passwords and authentication
Establish basic security practices and policies for employees, such as requiring strong passwords, and establish appropriate Internet use guidelines that detail penalties for violating company cybersecurity policies. Establish rules of behavior describing how to handle and protect customer information and other vital data.
Keep clean machines: having the latest security software, web browser, and operating system are the best defenses against viruses, malware, and other online threats. Set antivirus software to run a scan after each update. Install other key software updates as soon as they are available.
A firewall is a set of related programs that prevent outsiders from accessing data on a private network. Make sure the operating system’s firewall is enabled or install free firewall software available online. If employees work from home, ensure that their home system(s) are protected by a firewall.
Mobile devices can create significant security and management challenges, especially if they hold confidential information or can access the corporate network. Require users to password protect their devices, encrypt their data, and install security apps to prevent criminals from stealing information while the phone is on public networks. Be sure to set reporting procedures for lost or stolen equipment.
Regularly backup the data on all computers. Critical data includes word processing documents, electronic spreadsheets, databases, financial files, human resources files, and accounts receivable/payable files. Backup data automatically if possible, or at least weekly and store the copies either offsite or in the cloud.
Prevent access or use of business computers by unauthorized individuals. Laptops can be particularly easy targets for theft or can be lost, so lock them up when unattended. Make sure a separate user account is created for each employee and require strong passwords. Administrative privileges should only be given to trusted IT staff and key personnel.
If you have a Wi-Fi network for your workplace, make sure it is secure, encrypted, and hidden. To hide your Wi-Fi network, set up your wireless access point or router so it does not broadcast the network name, known as the Service Set Identifier (SSID). Password protect access to the router.
Work with banks or processors to ensure the most trusted and validated tools and anti-fraud services are being used. You may also have additional security obligations pursuant to agreements with your bank or processor. Isolate payment systems from other, less secure programs and don’t use the same computer to process payments and surf the Internet.
Do not provide any one employee with access to all data systems. Employees should only be given access to the specific data systems that they need for their jobs, and should not be able to install any software without permission.
Require employees to use unique passwords and change passwords every three months. Consider implementing multi-factor authentication that requires additional information beyond a password to gain entry. Check with your vendors that handle sensitive data, especially financial institutions, to see if they offer multi-factor authentication for your account.