OTTAWA, Canada — Security systems integrator Future Security Controls (FSC) based here, has joined Security-Net, a global provider of security integration services.
With offices in Ottawa and Toronto, FSC will help Security-Net increase its presence in eastern Canadian. Founded in 1982 by President Sam Shalaby, FSC offers integrated systems installations and managed solutions to the government, banking, business and residential markets. It also counts Fortune 1,000 companies as its clients.
As part of its high profile jobs, FSC has performed an access control and intrusion project for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Additionally, the company installed a video recording platform for Ontario Provincial Police locations. FSC also works with the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) as part of the authority’s restricted area identification card (RAIC) program.
“With its impressive client list and reputation for technological excellence, FSC is an ideal addition to the Security-Net team,” Security-Net President Tom Asp says.
Security-Net focuses on the integration of end-to-end security solutions for a wide array of verticals. Individual member companies comprise the network’s regional locations. As part of the group, members share design solutions, troubleshooting tips, technology updates and marketing ideas to provide the most effective, up-to-date security management systems for clients.
“We’re excited about offering our solutions and technical expertise as part of the Security-Net collective,” Shalaby says. “FSC shares the group’s focus on quality, service and delivering first-class solutions to customers.”