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The two-day educational assembly brings together senior leaders in the IT and physical security industries to learn about risks and liabilities they face, how to establish policies to defend against or respond to threats, and how to adopt security control standards for their organization. SSI Staff · October 07, 2014

Take a few minutes today to make your voice count by participating in Security Sales & Integration’s Physical-Logical Security Assessment survey. Scott Goldfine · October 07, 2014

The ASIS show encompasses the breadth of the security spectrum. This report examines some of the most important industry developments that could be discerned while walking the show floor this year. Scott Goldfine · October 03, 2014

Among key findings of a new study, while data security remains a continuing threat for organizations, it is not given the attention it merits. SSI Staff · June 30, 2014

Three members of the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) Board of Directors address recurring revenue, competition, technology and more in the latest Under Surveillance blog. Scott Goldfine · November 17, 2013

Pivot3’s new CEO, Ron Nash, discusses his plans for the company, the challenges of marketing surveillance storage and VDI products, plus he shares a few industry predictions in this Q&A. November 11, 2013

SSI Managing Editor Rodney Bosch provides an overview of his three days at ASIS 2013. Rodney Bosch · October 02, 2013

SSI Editor-in-Chief speaks to Tyco Integrated Security President Mark VanDover to get an update on where the business is in its rebranding process. Scott Goldfine · October 01, 2013

SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine provides an overview of his breakneck three days at ASIS 2013. Scott Goldfine · October 01, 2013

The annual ASIS show in Chicago last week was reasonably well attended and seems to be looked upon as a success by its organizers and most of the participants. From my perspective, it was a good convention and by most accounts produced high quality if not high quantity leads. What follows is an overview of my breakneck three days in the Windy City. I have broken out each of the three ASIS show days into separate blog posts. Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2013


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