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An argument could be made that ESX has supplanted ISC East as the third leading show after ISC West and ASIS. Here are 10 things to watch out for associated with this important industry show.


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An argument could be made that ESX has supplanted ISC East as the third leading show after ISC West and ASIS. Here are 10 things to watch out for associated with this important industry show. Scott Goldfine · June 17, 2015

A Safe Home Security salesperson allegedly tricked a nine-month pregnant ADT customer into signing a five-year contract with his alarm firm. SSI Staff · June 12, 2015

Users can program BuddyGuard’s Flare security system to recognize their face and voice. If the device doesn’t recognize a person in the home, it will start making sounds, such as dishes being washed in the kitchen or people talking, to trick an intruder into thinking that someone is home. SSI Staff · June 11, 2015

Two inmates escaped from Warren County Jail less than a week after a jail inspector raised concerns about security risks and the potential for escape. Additionally, authorities are searching for two convicted murderers broke out of Clinton Correctional Facility. SSI Staff · June 09, 2015

Security Sales & Integration's "Legal Briefing" columnist Ken Kirschenbaum discusses how security systems integrators can classify alarm equipment for tax purposes. Ken Kirschenbaum · June 09, 2015

Security researcher Samy Kamkar can crack some garage door codes using a hacked Mattel children’s toy called IM-ME. SSI Staff · June 08, 2015

New York City education officials have decided to install 21,000 audible door alarms at schools throughout the city in response to a 2013 incident when an autistic student, who was unable to speak, disappeared from a Queens school and was found dead in a river months later. SSI Staff · June 08, 2015

Winter Haven (Fla.) police are warning residents to beware of a man claiming to represent two alarm companies — ADT and Capital Connect — who has been pressuring the elderly to sign an alarm contract. SSI Staff · June 05, 2015

An AMP Security representative allegedly told a Tennessee woman that ADT had been purchased by a company in Japan to get her to sign a five-year contract with his company. SSI Staff · June 04, 2015

Vero Beach police are warning residents to beware of a woman claiming to be a Vivint employee, who is telling homeowners that she is performing security alarm surveys on behalf of the police department. SSI Staff · June 03, 2015




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