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A salesperson for ASC Security USA, an authorized ADT dealer, has been accused of sexually assaulting a female customer in Bakersfield, Calif. SSI Staff · May 16, 2015

A Knoxville, Tenn.-based Subway restaurant has implemented the Intruder Security System, which releases traceable synthetic DNA on robbers, helping police to track suspects. SSI Staff · May 12, 2015

Selling solutions rather than products, cultivating recurring revenue, contending with cyber threats and recruiting talent were among the hottest topics at the PSA Security Network’s 2015 TEC event. Scott Goldfine · May 08, 2015

Law enforcement officials explain “priority response” and the importance of professional security monitoring with video verification. Julie Jacobson · May 07, 2015

Singer Chris Brown discovered a naked woman in his Agoura Hills, Calif-based residence who vandalized his house and two luxury vehicles. Ashley Willis · May 07, 2015

Security cameras at Tulsa, Okla.-based Peace Academy, an Islamic private school, caught three youths spending hours vandalizing the school’s property. SSI Staff · May 05, 2015

With more burglars hacking and jamming alarm systems, security dealers need to address this threat to ensure that the central station receives signals from wireless systems. Kevin Lehan · May 04, 2015

Take a look at seven technologies security systems integrators can offer to education market clients to help deter threats and communicate with the school community in the event of an emergency. By Chrissy Winske · April 30, 2015

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




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