On-air Personalities Getting Armed Security

The ISDA Secure Transportation and Executive Protection News Podcast for Friday, November 9, 2018

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In Vehicle News

From Autoblog

Lincoln Aviator warning and alert sounds are played by an orchestra

Lincoln used members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to create alert chimes for its new Aviator SUV. Luxury manufacturers are always looking for more ways to increase the level of ambiance, and Lincoln went so far as to contract some of the best musicians in the world to create a more comfortable atmosphere.

These chimes will represent warnings for things like an open fuel door, unbuckled seat belt, the lowering of the power liftgate and plenty more. It’s not a bad day when leaving your headlights on or door open lead to a pleasant musical sound coming from your speakers. All the sounds seem appropriate for their particular functions and do sound more pleasing than the normal alerts.



In Security News

On-air Personalities Getting Armed Security

President Trump’s relentless attacks on CNN have forced the network to take extreme measures — offering armed security to on-air talent who have reason to fear for their safety.

CNN executives offered reporters and anchors who have been targets of President Trump around-the-clock protection. The logic is simple … there are Trump fanatics who believe the President when he calls the media and certain reporters “the enemy of the people,” and the fear is that they will take violent action.



And from Business Insider

Time is a CEO’s most valuable resource — here are all the people the .01% hire to keep their households running smoothly

For those who can afford to, hiring help — from assistants to nannies to chauffeurs — can make life a lot easier.

Business Insider spoke with David Youdovin, the founder and CEO of Hire Society, a recruitment firm that helps high-net-worth individuals and families in New York City, the Hamptons, and Palm Beach, staff their homes and businesses.

Here a few positions from the list:

  • Chief of Staff with a salary range of $200,000 – to 500,000
  • Estate Manager with a Salary range: $150,000 – $300,000
  • Executive assistant with a Salary range: $90,000 – $200,000
  • Nanny with a salary range of 65,000 – 185,000
  • Chauffeur/Driver with a salary range of 80,000 – 100,000
  • And Executive Protection with a salary range of 90,000 – 125,000



In Technology News

From CBS news Philadelphia

Archbishop Wood High School Becomes First Place In World To Install AI Security Camera

Here’s CBS News reporter Alexa Hoff with the story



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