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It’s No Secret: Bush Incident Shows Secret Service Needs to Brush Up on Security Basics

Recent national reports of the alarm system at George H.W. Bush’s home being inoperable and not in commission for more than a year is unconscionable. Professional alarm contractors know better and would…


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NorthStar Alarm has installed a home security system to allow a family to protect their son, who has an autism spectrum disorder, and keep him from wandering off. SSI Staff · April 27, 2015

Recent national reports of the alarm system at George H.W. Bush’s home being inoperable and not in commission for more than a year is unconscionable. Professional alarm contractors know better and would never knowingly leave an alarm system inoperable for such a gross period of time; let alone at a location which by any standard is considered a high risk target. Jeff Zwirn · April 27, 2015

Telguard's HomeControl Flex professional security and home automation panels can integrate with 170+ smart home products via IFTTT. Julie Jacobson · April 23, 2015

A report by the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general notes that the Secret Service took more than a year to make repairs to the broken alarm system at George H.W. Bush’s Houston home. SSI Staff · April 23, 2015

Honeywell tried a new presentation approach, with connected home, cloud and life-safety grabbing attention at ISC West 2015. Scott Goldfine · April 23, 2015

Increasingly vendors are striving to provide one-stop shop to become a single provider of video surveillance, access control and related cloud-based services. Read on for insights to the trend. Rodney Bosch · April 21, 2015

Following a major investment by Tyco Security Products, Qolsys has developed an Android-based security/home automation panel for Tyco’s DSC brand, which debuted at ISC West 2015. Julie Jacobson · April 17, 2015

During ISC West 2015, Honeywell showcased the voice control for its Lyric family of connected home and security products. Jason Knott · April 16, 2015

Famed mountain lion P-22 caught security technicians off-guard when they discovered the wildcat hiding under a crawl space at a Los Angeles home where they were installing a security system. SSI Staff · April 15, 2015

A new report conducted by Associated Press reveals that as many as 268 perimeter breaches have occurred at U.S. airports since 2004. Airport security analysts predict that officials will look to deploy more high-tech perimeter security solutions in the near future. SSI Staff · April 14, 2015




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