The 2018 Electric Guard Dog Annual Meeting was held at the Hilton Columbia Center this November, and was followed by a night of fun and camaraderie at The Grand in Columbia, SC. More than 100 staff members from across the country gathered to recap the year’s accomplishments (and boy were they big!) and to plan for next year’s goals.
Original content supplied by J.J. Coughlin and SC-ISAC.
Additions made by Electric Guard Dog.
Thanksgiving is this week. While you're preparing the turkey, cargo thieves are plotting to strike the unattended trailers and warehouses left over the long holiday weekend, Nov. 22-25, and through the busy shipping season.
Topics: Holiday Security Protocol
Your bottom line is crucial. So when it comes to property security, many companies depend on chain-link fences because they’re affordable. But they can fall recklessly short in reliability, appearance, and efficiency. At Electric Guard Dog, we provide a world-class, yet cost-effective solution for property security. Major commercial and industrial brands from coast to coast depend on EGD for a high-quality line of defense. Here are three ways that, unlike chain-link fences, EGD protects your company’s property, reputation, and bottom line.
Topics: Layered Security
Truck drivers have one of the most demanding, dangerous — and vital — jobs in America. As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Southeast and throughout the East Coast, it’s about to get more dangerous. For our trucking, transportation and logistics customers, we’re sharing critical storm safety tips to keep these hard-working men and women safe on the road.
It’s Thursday — the worst day of the week for cargo theft. Tomorrow isn’t looking good either. Some days are worse than others, but cargo theft remains a major problem, disrupting the supply chain and damaging brand reputation for businesses across the U.S. We recently exposed the worst cities for crime. In honor of Labor Day weekend, we’re breaking out the goods on the worst time for crime.
Labor Day is looming. If you're thinking beach trips and backyard barbecues — don't get too comfortable. Labor Day weekends are notorious for cargo theft spikes, leaving trucking, warehouse and fleet companies most vulnerable.
You could be robbed of more than a good time this holiday without proper security measures in place.