Police in Thousand Palm, Calif., have received reports that men are pretending to be alarm technicians to scan homes for possible burglaries.
SSI Staff · August 28, 2014
ELK Products' latest security device uses pattern recognition technology to detect the difference between breaking glass and the sound of something like a drinking glass breaking within a room.
By Robert Archer · August 21, 2014
By joining the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP), Protection 1 joins a list of monitoring stations seeking to increase efficiency and reliability of emergency electronic signals to PSAPs.
SSI Staff · August 20, 2014
Popular cloud-based home automation platform IFTTT is testing an ADT Pulse channel to engage customers with a DIY element.
Julie Jacobson · August 19, 2014
A security camera helped police arrest a 15-year-old believed to be involved in the theft of a $20,000 necklace.
SSI Staff · August 14, 2014
A Guardian Protection Services customer claims company reps told her to leave security equipment she owned behind when she moved, and then wanted to charge her for equipment in the new home.
SSI Staff · August 13, 2014
The acquisition is expected to be accretive to earnings in the first full year of operation, exclusive of transaction and one-time integration expenses.
Rodney Bosch · August 11, 2014
Pulse now accounts for 14% of ADT's entire subscriber base and is lowering the security company's attrition rate.
Jason Knott · August 05, 2014
An 88-year-old Missouri woman says a sales representative disconnected her Atlas Security system and replaced it with one from Vivint.
SSI Staff · July 30, 2014
If you’re seeking to stand out from the competition, try strain gauge or stress sensor systems. They can help curb false alarms and work toward other useful automated functions to benefit clients.
Bob Dolph · July 29, 2014