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Housing Starts in the U.S. Fell 3% in August

New home and apartment construction fell to an annual rate of 1.13 million units in August, according to the latest government statistics.

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A Whole Foods in Oakland, Calif., has fired Admiral Security Services after a guard attacked a male shopper and left him bleeding outside the store. SSI Staff · September 08, 2015

Homeowners in central Indiana are using to share stories about neighborhood crime and their increasing use of security systems. SSI Staff · September 08, 2015

A video surveillance camera recorded an 18-wheeler truck crashing into a train. SSI Staff · September 04, 2015

The big box retailer says membership is important for its plans to offer an even more expansive array of smart home products. SSI Staff · September 03, 2015

The University of Arkansas has instituted a new policy that bans drones on its property in an effort to protect students. SSI Staff · September 03, 2015

The Allen Independent School District and the Plainview School District have updated their access control solutions to provide a safer environment for students, teachers and staff. SSI Staff · September 03, 2015

German security firm G DATA notes that analysts could identify a new strain of malware in Android smartphones every 14 seconds. SSI Staff · September 02, 2015

Among the various regions forecast in the report, North America led the overall market, accounting for nearly 34% market share in 2013. SSI Staff · September 02, 2015

As video analytics become increasingly viable in real-world deployments, applications are becoming evident as opportunities for integrators. Find out how five markets can greatly benefit today from the power of this enhanced surveillance tool. By Rony Vexelman · September 01, 2015

Effective Sept. 1, more than 70 Dallas police officers will be equipped with body cameras, which will record most officers’ interactions with people. SSI Staff · September 01, 2015