Showing posts with label holiday season. Show all posts
Showing posts with label holiday season. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

ESC's Ugly Sweater Winner is...

The theme of ESC's holiday celebration, see ESC Celebrates Holidays at BrewDog in Canal Winchester (click here), was Wayne Clay, one of ESC's distinguished fire and security system technicians.
“Without a doubt, Wayne won the 'ugly sweater' contest--hands down. Wayne has been with ESC for 3 years. I appreciate his loyalty and the superb skill he exhibits in the area of fire and security system installation and service,” says John Larkin, ESC's Senior Partner. “As a tech, Wayne works on a variety of systems during the course of each day. Not only does he install and service fire alarm and security systems, he also attends to access control and video surveillance.”
Each year ESC features a main theme in which those who attend have an opportunity to participate. This year's holiday celebration was held in the Columbus area at BrewDog in Canal Winchester, Ohio.

The following are photos from the party.

John Larkin, ESC
Senior Partner

Angie Moore
Office Manager

Scott Camps-Lead Fire Suppression Tech

Greg Davis-Sr. System Sales Rep
Wayne Clay - Technician

Ivra Bassett -
Business Accounts Manager (right)

Tony Bristow -
Technician (far right)

Linda and Allan Colombo -
ESC Social Media Director

Media Contact
Al Colombo, ESC Social Media Director
Phone: 614-585-2091

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

What Do You Have In Your Wallet?

Data Breaches and Stolen Identity

According to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), the definition of identity theft includes the following types of incidents:

  1. unauthorized use or attempted use of an existing account
  2. unauthorized use or attempted use of personal information to open a new account
  3. misuse of personal information for a fraudulent purpose.
There is no denying that identity theft is a huge problem, and it's becoming even bigger as the days drag on.

"An estimated 17.6 million persons, or about 7 percent of U.S. residents age 16 or older, were victims of at least one incident of identity theft in 2014, the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) announced today. These statistics were similar to those in 2012," says an NCVS press release entitled 17.6 MILLION U.S. RESIDENTS EXPERIENCED IDENTITY THEFT IN 2014, released this past September. "Identity theft is the attempted or successful misuse of an existing account, such as a debit or credit card account, the misuse of personal information to open a new account or the misuse of personal information for other fraudulent purposes, such as obtaining government benefits or providing false information to police during a crime or traffic stop" (

Please take time to listen/watch this interesting webcast on data breaches and stolen identity. The information contained on this webcast is relevant to both business and individuals. If you're in the middle of other things this morning, it would be worth your while to bookmark this page and return later when you have more time.

It is my intention to provide informative information on our website that you can use at the office, during the course of your work, or at home. I welcome you to provide us with the kinds of information you enjoy and we'll consider researching and placing news and information along that vein here on our front page. Use our Contact Us page to do this, and thank you.

ESC Senior Partner John Larkin

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