As a division within one of three publicly traded companies spawned from a recent reorganization, Tyco Integrated Security is forging ahead without the storied ADT moniker to establish its new name as North America’s commercial market leader. However, as an exclusive interview with TycoIS President Mark VanDover reveals, there is much more to it than that.
By Scott Goldfine · March 06, 2013
During the inaugural ESA Secure+ Awards, the Electronic Security Association (ESA) recognized ADT, Moon Security and Point Protects for their contributions to make customers’ more secure and energy efficient.
February 20, 2013
Police have charged a 48-year-old man here with attempted breaking and entering with intent to commit felony, while pretending to be an ADT employee.
February 04, 2013
Here is another example of why it’s important to train customers on handling intrusion alarms.
Ashley Willis · January 24, 2013
Are you worried about AT&T entering the security market? Ken Kirschenbaum offers reasons why you shouldn't be too bothered about it.
Ken Kirschenbaum · January 21, 2013
Police here arrested an installing alarm technician Monday after he allegedly tried to steal more than $40,000 worth of jewelry during an alarm installation.
December 11, 2012
It behooves installing and monitoring companies to maintain competitive awareness, as well as possibly “borrow” concepts that may work for their own businesses. With that in mind, ADT is hitting the television airwaves with a new holiday-themed ad campaign focused squarely on raising awareness for its home automation offering, ADT Pulse.
Rodney Bosch · November 20, 2012
ADT has taken rapper Flo Rida to court for failing to pay for the $58,000 security system, which includes 27 cameras, installed at his mansion.
Ashley Willis · September 24, 2012
Tyco Int’l shareholders this week approved the spinoffs of the firm into three pieces — ADT home security operations, a remaining commercial fire and security business and its flow control business.
September 19, 2012
Following a years-long legal battle, a federal court issued a modified permanent injunction against the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District, which orders the district to cease all fire alarm monitoring activities.
Ashley Willis · August 15, 2012