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Forecast: Alarm Monitoring Market Worth Approximately $55B by 2020, Report Says

A new market research report expects the global alarm monitoring market to reach $54.46 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 6.73% between 2015 and 2020.

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Mike Simon, managing partner of Connected Technologies, offers his take on how video verification can be used for so much more than intrusion. By Mike Simon · October 06, 2015

It provides fully encrypted, secure alarm signal transport from subscribers to monitoring stations. SSI Staff · October 06, 2015

The super-regional security provider expands its residential customer base in the North Star state. SSI Staff · October 02, 2015

The Alarm Response Issue October 01, 2015

Michael Wolf at NextMarket Insight issued a report, 'The Mass Market Smart Home,' that explains the industry needs more compelling cases to push greater adoption of the technology. SSI Staff · September 30, 2015

ASIS Int’l announced the 2015 ASIS Accolades winners as part of its awards program that recognizes innovative new products, services and solutions. SSI Staff · September 28, 2015

The program is geared toward providing vendors a platform to demonstrate actual, real-world deployments of their products in a problem-solution type scenario. SSI Staff · September 28, 2015

DMP will introduce a new line of security technology products at ASIS in Anaheim, Calif. The new products are applications in banking, government and retail, as well as others. All of the products will be on display at booth 2827. SSI Staff · September 24, 2015

An ADT alarm company installer was killed on Thursday in Corona, Calif. after allegedly being shot by a former professional baseball player. Police say Brandon Willie Martin, 22, shot and killed 62-year-old Barry Swanson as well as Martin's father and uncle. Martin was arrested on Friday. Stephen Sellner · September 22, 2015

A Greenwood, Ind., jewelry store was robbed of nearly all of its inventory on the night of Sept. 9 when burglars cut a hole in the steel roof and climbed into the store. The police spokesperson said the dropped into the building "like Batman." Stephen Sellner · September 17, 2015


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