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2015 Sales & Marketing Survey: Security Industry Sharpens Its Methods

Empowered like never before thanks to the advent of social media, customers wield what security practitioners say is the most powerful marketing determinant — word of mouth. As a result, Security Sales…


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Security Sales & Integration Editor-in-Chief/Associate Publisher Scott Goldfine recaps the 2015 Electronic Security Expo (ESX). Scott Goldfine · June 30, 2015

The FBI and Department of Homeland Security are warning local law enforcement agencies nationwide to be on high alert for terrorist attacks during July 4th celebrations as threats from ISIS grow. SSI Staff · June 30, 2015

Allegion has agreed, through its subsidiary Allegion Luxembourg Holding & Financing S.à r.l, to acquire SimonsVoss Technologies GmbH from HgCapital. The transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of this year, subject to regulatory approvals Scott Goldfine · June 30, 2015

Video surveillance footage shows a passenger locomotive crashing into a barrier at a train station in Mumbai. The derailment resulted in the injuries of five people. SSI Staff · June 29, 2015

LOUD Security picks up a mix of 1,200 residential and commercial accounts from the local security provider. Rodney Bosch · June 29, 2015

The electronic security industry is mourning the loss of Security Sales & Integration Hall of Famer Peder Kolind, who introduced mass-marketing of alarm systems. SSI Staff · June 29, 2015

FLIR Systems’ FLIR One technology, which turns iPhones into a thermal imaging camera, has partnered with Manything and IFTTT, opens up major opportunities for security and home automation. Julie Jacobson · June 29, 2015

Surveillance video allegedly shows a Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office K-9 handler viciously attacking a public safety dog in the parking lot at Black Bear Casino. SSI Staff · June 29, 2015

Check out six of the biggest security camera installation fails ever in this slideshow. SSI Staff · June 26, 2015

The Department of Homeland Security has given a $75,000 grant to Temple Israel of Great Neck. The temple will install access control and video surveillance solutions. SSI Staff · June 26, 2015




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