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Why the ASAP Program Is Important for the Security Industry

Learn the benefits of the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) program.


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Mace Central Station (CS), a subsidiary of Mace Security Int'l Inc., has received the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) Five Diamond certification. July 28, 2010

There is some positive marketplace news coming out of Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) headquarters... Rodney Bosch · May 24, 2010

As the FCC signals the end of plain old telephone service (POTS), alarm industry insiders say they aren’t worried... April 20, 2010

Canada-based Blue Shield Security Inc. has joined the Honeywell First Alert Professional Dealer Program... April 06, 2010

RFI Communications & Security Systems of San Jose, Calif., has renewed its Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) Five Diamond Certification... March 30, 2010

Ackerman Security Systems has received the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) Five Diamond certification, acknowledging 100 percent of the company’s monitoring operators... March 16, 2010

Who are the managers and leaders of today’s installing security companies? Don’t you really want to know? By Scott Goldfine · February 28, 2010

The March issue of SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION features the results of our third, biannual Security Industry Demographic Census. The 2010 study includes nearly 300 managers from all levels of installing security dealer and systems integration organizations, many of whom came via the gracious and appreciated assistance of the Electronic Security Association (ESA), Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and (ISC organizer) Reed Exhibitions. Scott Goldfine · February 24, 2010

When the fight against false alarms first began, many throughout the security industry ignored the warning signs of escalating alarm dispatches and wrongly assumed the benefit to the consumer and community outweighed the resulting increased use of law enforcement response. December 31, 2009

"With all of your senses still intact and with everything that you have to be grateful for in front of you, focus on the things that are really important and let the minutia — the flotsam of life — flow gently away. Fight the good fight, and recognize that success in any endeavor not only is dependent upon the achievement, but also how we see it.” By Ron Davis · June 30, 2009




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