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Posted: Oct 27, 2011
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The Electronic Security Association (ESA) believes that effective security begins long before an electronic security company works with a potential customer. It takes root much earlier, when companies hire employees who will be responsible for working with customers to develop and monitor effective security solutions. Now, ESA is asking its members to take an active role in making the industry safer. Traditionally, the government has allowed various industries – including banks, credit...
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Posted: Oct 24, 2011
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The U.S. government has given the Electronic Security Association (ESA) a choice seat at the table for establishing the direction of Homeland Security as it involves the nation’s emergency service industry. ESA has become a member of the Emergency Services Sector Coordinating Council (ESSCC), which was created by the Department of Homeland Security in 2004 as a vehicle for coordinating the actions and capabilities of the Emergency Services Sector. This includes law enforcement, fire...
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Posted: Oct 24, 2011
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The Electronic Security Association (ESA) will be well represented at the International Association of Security and Investigative Regulators (IASIR) conference, scheduled for Nov. 2 – 4 at the Crowne Plaza Old Town in Alexandria, Va. Attending on behalf of ESA will be Government Relations Director John Chwat, as well as Karen Maples, Regulatory Compliance and Licensing Manager for Stanley Security Systems in Indianapolis and vice-president of ESA’s Chartered Chapter...
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Posted: Oct 9, 2011
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The Electronic Security Association (ESA) is constantly changing to meet the needs of its members, and the next phase of that evolution takes place at the end of October when ESA officially relocates to its new headquarters. On the surface, it’s not a radical change. In fact, the new office will be just a short drive up the road from the current location in Irving, Texas. Beginning Nov. 1, the new address will be: Electronic Security Association, 6333 N. State Highway 161, Suite...
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Posted: Oct 5, 2011
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Michael Keegan, vice president of Magnasphere Corp., has been chosen as the new president for Security America Risk Retention Group (SARRG), a business insurance program tailored specifically to the electronic security industry. Keegan, who is a security professional with more than 27 years of experience, takes the reins from Cecil Hogan, president of Security Consultants, who has served as SARRG president for the past eight years.For Immediate ReleasePRESS RELEASEESA Media ContactsLaurie...
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Posted: Oct 2, 2011
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Lloyd’s of London is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world, representing the highest standard in the insurance industry. While being considerably less famous as an insurance provider, Security America Risk Retention Group (SARRG) has remarkably strong ties with the British insurance provider. In early September, Lloyd’s hosted a full day of meetings at its London headquarters with Merlin Guilbeau, executive director of the Electronic Security...
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