Cannaguard Security Helps Over 100 Cannabis Companies Remain Compliant


While many security companies were turning away cannabis companies, Noah Stokes wanted to signal that he was open for business in the sector so he created a second company, Cannaguard Security, to serve the legal marijuana industry. Starting with those early inquiries in 2012, Stokes’ company has now installed more than 100 security systems that have been inspected and approved by state regulators.  His revenues have doubled in the last twelve months and he employs twelve people.

Meeting the needs of cannabis companies involves more than video surveillance and armored cars. Laws specify a range of requirements including how many days of video surveillance need to be stored, how long items have to be in a “quarantine area” before they are shipped off the premises, which areas of the business must be videotaped at all times, etc.

Read Julie Weed’s “The ADT Of Cannabusiness: This Startup’s Helping Pot Shops Stash Their Cash”:

Published by NCV Newswire
NCV Newswire
The NCV Newswire by New Cannabis Ventures aims to curate high quality content and information about leading cannabis companies to help our readers filter out the noise and to stay on top of the most important cannabis business news. The NCV Newswire is hand-curated by an editor and not automated in anyway. Have a confidential news tip? Get in touch.

Get Our Sunday Newsletter