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Ackerman Security Systems Acquired By Private Equity Firm

Toronto-based Imperial Capital Group and a partner firm purchased a majority stake in Ackerman Security for an undisclosed amount.



Toronto-based Imperial Capital Group and a partner firm purchased a majority stake in Ackerman Security for an undisclosed amount. Rodney Bosch · April 01, 2015

Stampede and Unmanned Vehicle University's strategic alliances helps dealers educate clients on drone use and safety. By Kevin Kelly · April 01, 2015

Alarm.com Vice President of Marketing Jay Kenny talks opportunities for security dealers to offer smart home services in this Q&A. SSI Staff · April 01, 2015

Visit our special exhibit hall to meet with the top campus security, law enforcement, technology and emergency management vendors in North America. SSI Staff · April 01, 2015

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Learn if Panasonic's WV-SFV481 camera is the best product for your installation job. By T. Riley Pierce · April 01, 2015

SSI Editor-in-Chief offers a reprieve from the nonstop ISC West hype by offering his top 10 complaints about the big show, his 17th journey to the industry's premier event. Scott Goldfine · April 01, 2015

Recent advancements have the limelight shining on power supplies, particularly where access control is concerned. Leading the way are more efficient devices that can radically reduce energy consumption and enable remote system diagnostics. Such capabilities boost integrators’ return on investment (ROI) too. By David Corbin · April 01, 2015

The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has appointed security industry veteran, Jay Hauhn, former CTO of Tyco Integrated Security, as its new executive director. SSI Staff · March 31, 2015

IBM will invest $3 billion to create an Internet of Things division that will gather and analyze real time data from smartphones, tablets and other devices to be used by businesses. SSI Staff · March 31, 2015

A jury found U.S. Security Associates negligent in the deaths of two Kraft Food employees who were fatally shot by a coworker in 2010. The security firm was ordered to pay more than $46.5 million to the victims’ families. SSI Staff · March 31, 2015




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