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Why Winter Isn’t the Time to Chill on Site Security

Posted by J Bury — Director, Technology on 9/26/17 11:50 AM

We've all heard it: when the thermometer goes up, so does crime. This is a myth. According to Governing.com’s report on crime statistics, there is no correlation between month and crime rate. 

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Topics: Leveraging Security, Cargo Theft Prevention

5 Ways to Leverage Layered Security to Boost Your Career

According to The Ladders, the average recruiter spends six seconds glancing at your resume before deciding whether to read more. Six seconds! They also suggest highlighting your own performance, and backing yourself up with metrics to show exactly how you added value. 

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Topics: Layered Security, Leveraging Security, Career

Top 5 Ways Site Security Directly Influences Customer Retention

Posted by Jennifer Dorward — Manager, Customer Service on 9/12/17 2:46 PM

Does security really impact customer retention? As the manager of customer service for a market-leading security company, I can assure you it can. 

We hear lots of stories in customer service. They boil down to 5 main themes. We call them the 5 P’s of security:

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Topics: Leveraging Security, Customer Retention

3 Reasons Why Physical Security Is Essential To Your Brand Protection

The Brand. The Brand. The Brand. Every company is worried about brand and its value. Why? As Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos says, “Your brand is what other people say about you when you are not in the room”. In the absence of complete information, customers will gravitate to the brand they trust most. So why is brand protection so important?

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Topics: Leveraging Security, Site Managers, truck sales, physical security, brand protection

Labor Day Weekend Supply Chain & Perimeter Security Protocols

Posted by Electric Guard Dog on 8/27/17 2:00 PM

Original content supplied by J.J. Coughlin and SC-ISAC. Additions made by Electric Guard Dog.

Transportation companies, shippers and manufacturers — beware of the increased risk of cargo theft over the long Labor Day weekend, running September 1 through 4. Labor Day through Christmas is considered high season for cargo theft, with incidents spiking around 40 percent, according to FBI statistics.

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Topics: Security Industry, Holiday Security Protocol, Cargo Theft, Shipping, Transportation

Electric Guard Dog: The Leader in Layered Security

Posted by Electric Guard Dog on 8/23/17 2:06 PM


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Topics: Commercial Security, perimeter security, Layered Security