We have developed a crime prevention technology suited to protecting Hollywood stars and other VIPs from crime and paparazzi. Enough is indeed enough! Our system is designed for one purpose: peace of mind for our precious clients.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB)
July 27, 2017
What’s common to such diverse types of celebrities as Kendall Jenner, Derek Fisher, Niki Minaj, and Cesar Millan? Not much, except that their homes have been burglarized this year. And just a few summers ago, US magazine reported that Paris Hilton’s Malibu home was robbed for the seventh time. The heiress is quoted lamenting, “I have bad luck…” But it’s not bad luck Ms. Hilton; it’s a bad security company.
As this rash of celebrity burglaries and break-ins sweeps both coasts, police and city officials are at a loss in explaining the not-so-abnormal activity. Media outlets as diverse as TMZ and Page Six cover 2017’s unfortunate events, bringing a myriad of explanations to the forefront.
“Virtual Guard signs on to the effort to halt this drift by introducing a software-centric service, tailor-made to combat these crimes before they actually occur,” announces the company’s President, Owen Dvir. “We have developed a crime prevention technology suited to protecting Hollywood stars and other VIPs from crime and paparazzi. Enough is enough! Our system is designed for one purpose: peace of mind for our clients.”
Virtual Guard is a leading developer and integrator of cutting edge technology, combined with experienced security professionals, designed to cost-effectively prevent intruders from breaching the secured perimeter. The company’s founder and CEO, Steve Devir, cut his teeth on security matter decades ago when he served in the…