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Silverline Security Accused of Duping Elderly Vivint Customer

A Utah resident was paying two alarm bills for two years after a Silverline Security representative allegedly tricked her into signing a new contract.


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A man has approached several homeowners in Petersburg, claiming that he needs to change the batteries on their ADT security systems. SSI Staff · July 24, 2014

Now that a yearlong non-compete agreement has ended, Joel Matlin is back in the alarm industry serving as a marketing consultant. SSI Staff · July 24, 2014

Two researchers conducted independent studies and discovered how thieves can hack and disable home alarm systems made by top security companies. SSI Staff · July 24, 2014

Springfield police suspect fines have played a role in the reduction in false alarms. SSI Staff · July 24, 2014

The Utah-based security firm has settled a claim with the Idaho Attorney General’s Office for allegedly violating the state’s Consumer Protection Act. SSI Staff · July 22, 2014

The security management platform, which offers access control, intrusion detection and perimeter security, also integrates with video and building management systems. SSI Staff · July 22, 2014

New ordinance would make alarm users responsible for registering with the city instead of security companies. SSI Staff · July 17, 2014

Jeffrey Zwirn, president of IDS Research and Development and a long-time SSI contributor, will release his book Aug. 1. Rodney Bosch · July 15, 2014

The security company tells police it was not aware the alarm system had been compromised. SSI Staff · July 15, 2014

Red Hawk will continue to provide security and fire/life-safety services while UCC has plans for further expansion. SSI Staff · July 11, 2014


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