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Vivint is funded through 2017, and if its new payment model is successful the company says it won’t need to raise any more debt for growth for the foreseeable future.


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In a move that is expected to encourage ports to spend more on critical infrastructure protection initiatives, Congress has voted to eliminate the local cost-share requirement for ... October 28, 2009

The Security Industry Association (SIA) has stepped in to help broker a deal between the electronic security industry and environmental groups concerned over the ... October 20, 2009

If a leading fire-safety association prevails, automatic sprinkler systems would be code-required for all new construction of ... October 13, 2009

Mull over the safeguarding of a casino and instantaneously video surveillance comes to mind. But how about considering the fire/life-safety perspective? A Reno, Nev., facility serves as an example of what it takes to provide casinos with solutions that satisfy both codes and the unique demands of these customers. October 04, 2009

SSI Staff · September 30, 2009

SSI Staff · September 30, 2009

The 55th annual ASIS Int’l Seminar and Exhibits, held Sept. 21-24 at the Anaheim Convention Center near Disneyland, will be remembered by some for its ... September 30, 2009

Mull over the safeguarding of a casino and instantaneously video surveillance comes to mind. But how about considering the fire/life-safety perspective? A Reno, Nev., facility serves as an example of what it takes to provide casinos with solutions that satisfy both codes and the unique demands of these customers. September 30, 2009

Driving a Ferrari is exhilarating — unless you happen to be on a dirt road. Whether it’s a sophisticated automobile or wired security device, both will fail miserably if not provided a suitable pathway. For the latter, it’s key to know the technologies and standards. September 30, 2009

SecureWatch24 was founded by a former NYPD detective who envisioned providing video surveillance services with a police officer’s perspective. Today his company is a leading provider of electronic security services that relies on old-fashioned investigative skills to revitalize and protect residential complexes and other facilities. By Rodney Bosch · September 30, 2009




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