Executive Defense Team hires qualified individuals on a continual basis to serve as guards in a rotational format for a wide range of protective details in and around the Pittsburgh area. We currently employ a great number of current/former law enforcement agents and military personnel. The majority of open positions require an Act 235 Lethal Weapons Training certification, however we do employ unarmed guards for such details as anti-piracy and and/or low-conflict security. We pride ourselves in hiring only those guards among the elite in skill, experience and professionalism.
Executive Defense Team specializes in helping companies navigate the transitory complications which surround significant reductions in force. See what former clients have said about our services and capabilities here.
Article: Tribune-Review merging with other newspapers….more cuts possible as reorganization of Pittsburgh company’s news operations continues, with new focus on digital and large stake in NewsMax….MORE >
Executive Defense Team specializes in the protection of high-profile individuals, their loved ones, their property and their business interests. This often applies to the protection of CEOs and Executives of companies executing reductions in force, as hostile work environments and employees materialize. See what former clients have said about our services and capabilities here.
Article: Industry realities force fuel production company Marcellus to institute layoffs which will affect 162 workers in the Pittsburgh area….MORE >
‘Camcorder piracy,’ in which theater-goers illegally record movies and release them online, significantly reduces the copyright holder’s profits.
The internet and file-sharing websites have made movie piracy extremely popular, an unfortunate fact which has seen an increasing number of theater-goers illegally recording movies and posting them online before they’re scheduled for home-release. Executive Defense Team specializes in making sure that this doesn’t happen to our clients’ intellectual property by ensuring its physical security and restricting the use of recording devices during screening.MORE >