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Brivo Systems Acquired for $50M by Eagle Eye Networks CEO Drako

The firms’ combined technologies will deliver the first on-demand, cloud-based security and operations video management system (VMS) with both cloud and on-premise recording.


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Nemesis Defense Systems wants to deploy a multipronged system that would spray an active shooter with a yellow dye to distract and mark them. SSI Staff · May 27, 2015

Ahead of the SIA Government Summit, the General Services Administration is moving to ensure security and interoperability of access control systems components. By Mickey McCarter · May 26, 2015

ADI’s new Connected Home display at its Bohemia, N.Y. location includes 50 Z-Wave smart home products for security systems integrators, ranging from video surveillance, lighting controls, thermostats, garage doors, water sensors and motorized shade controls. Jason Knott · May 25, 2015

Hospitals and medical clinics are regarded as sanctuaries for patients, so it's crucial that these facilities are secure. Let's examine health-care facilities’ escalating security needs. Bob Stockwell · May 23, 2015

The Northeast Security Systems Contractors Expo held in Marlboro, Mass., attracts security integrators from all across New England. Jason Knott · May 22, 2015

NICE Systems' acquired cyber and intelligence business unit will be merged into Cyberbit, an Elbit Systems subsidiary, in order to consolidate the parent company's cyber activities. SSI Staff · May 21, 2015

DirectView Security installed a video surveillance system with more than 35 megapixel network cameras and NVRs at Kennesaw Fruit and Juice Company 40,000-square-foot facility to provide fully recorded onsite, remote, and mobile monitoring. SSI Staff · May 21, 2015

Armed Response Team, an independent security dealer, leveraged a small business assistance program that pairs entrepreneurs who need technical help with scientists and engineers at Sandia and Los Alamos national laboratories. SSI Staff · May 19, 2015

One World Labs CTO Chris Roberts, a cybersecurity expert, told FBI agents that he hacked the computers on a United Airlines flight and briefly took over control of the engines. SSI Staff · May 19, 2015




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