A few simple, practical ideas to help advise people concerning the security of their property during the holiday period: Make your house look occupied – park a car in the drive, use timer switches on internal lights, and use external automatic lights. Check the strength of your door and window locks; can they easily be prized open? Remember the patio… read-more
The team here at GGL Security would like to take this opportunity to publicly congratulate our colleague, Ger Moore, on the successful completion of his Security Risk Management certification. This is a great achievement for Ger and will complement our business operations excellently. We look forward to seeing Ger implement his learnings within the business, these will ultimately benefit our… read-more
Young Munster Golf Classic sponsored by GGL Security will be held this Friday 22nd May at Castletroy Golf Club.
GGL Security is looking forward to meeting those attending one of the most important logistic events in Europe, the “Transport Logistic” exhibition May 5th – 8th 2015 in Munich. Take the opportunity to visit us at booth B5 445 – or get in touch with David Grealish for an individual appointment.
GGL Security was pleased to sponsor the final race on day one of the Christmas Racing Festival at Limerick Racecourse. We wish to extend our congratulations to the owners, trainers, jockey and all involved with Stack the Deck on their win on the day. Presenting the prize to the winners on the day was Derek Tobin, Managing Director, GGL Security…. read-more
GGL Security is delighted to announce a sleek and sophisticated company rebrand that includes the launch of a newly redesigned corporate website at http://www.gglsecurity.com The aim of the redevelopment is to bring the brand up-to-date to reflect the growth and development within the company since its inception in 1994. GGL Security is a full service security company, and industry leader… read-more
A lecturer at Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) has secured a €155,000 Enterprise Ireland research grant to commercialise a new intrusion detection system that uses artificial intelligence. The system is being developed by Dr Daragh Naughton, lecturer in LIT’s Mechanical & Automobile Engineering Department, at the Hartnett Enterprise Centre on the main LIT campus. Naughton became LIT’s first Fulbright Scholar… read-more