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One of the most interesting among so many pieces of data from SSI's Commercial End-User Study is the open-ended question that asks respondents to explain what makes a security provider a “hero” in…


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Cybersecurity experts believe hackers can attack an airport's X-ray scanners and explosive detectors, due to major vulnerabilities in the security systems. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

Following an attack at the Dallas Police Department's Jack Evans Police Headquarters, the city of Dallas has decided to upgrade security at the facility. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

The global Internet of Things market is projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 33.2% from 2015 to 2020. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

Previously, consumers could buy a smart security base package for $39.99 per month and add a la carte services. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

See intrusion detection products from Bosch Security Systems, Digital Monitoring Products, DSC and more. SSI Staff · August 04, 2015

A researcher at security firm Synack has discovered how to hack GlobalStar satellite tracking technology using a $1,000 device composed of a satellite antenna, a software defined radio transceiver and an amplifier. SSI Staff · August 04, 2015

Vivint opens a new central station following Todd Pedersen’s appearance on the reality series, during which he experienced less than ideal conditions at an old facility. SSI Staff · August 04, 2015

The Princeton Board of Selectmen recently discovered that fire and security alarms installed in town buildings, including the police station, are not being monitored by a central monitoring station. SSI Staff · August 03, 2015

Integration firm Enterprise Security Systems (ESS) jumped into action when executives learned of a men’s shelter’s need for a video surveillance system. Read the inspiring story of how channel partners prioritized giving over getting to provide those less fortunate with safer passage. Scott Goldfine · August 03, 2015

NICE Systems is selling its video surveillance unit to private equity firm Battery Ventures for up to $100 million, its second divestment in three months as it focuses more on its analytics business. Rodney Bosch · August 03, 2015




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