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Hollywood's hottest couple, a.k.a. "Brangelina," 50 Cent and Britney Spears are among celebrities who spared no expense to safeguard their residences and compounds.


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Hollywood's hottest couple, a.k.a. "Brangelina," 50 Cent and Britney Spears are among celebrities who spared no expense to safeguard their residences and compounds. SSI Staff · March 19, 2015

Alarm.com has created an app for the Apple Watch, which will permit users to monitor and control their home security system and electronic devices from their wrists. By Lisa Montgomery · March 19, 2015

AT&T will link its home security and automation service ‘Digital Life’ with its connected car service ‘Drive.’ The integration allows consumers to control their homes from a dashboard in their vehicles. SSI Staff · March 03, 2015

Hewlett Packard’s (HP) 2014 HP Internet of Things study reveals that home security systems are easily hacked, especially those connected to the cloud, primarily due to inadequate password authentication. Jason Knott · February 16, 2015

During a press conference, Ron Rivera credited an alarm system installed by CPI Security for alerting the family to leave the residence in early morning hours. SSI Staff · January 06, 2015

Two researchers conducted independent studies and discovered how thieves can hack and disable home alarm systems made by top security companies. SSI Staff · July 24, 2014

The startup home security company is moving into a newly renovated 20,000-square-foot facility. SSI Staff · July 09, 2014

An Aberdeen UK woman has been driven mad by her faulty burglar alarms. The sirens, which were as loud as a jet just after take-off, didn't stop blaring for 29 hours. Barbara Wyness, 74, said two alarms in her home security system went haywire and the piercing screams refused to stop despite the frantic efforts of friends and family who tried to shut it off. SSI Staff · July 29, 2013

With the residential market accounting for nearly 41% of the $2.7 billion intrusion alarm market in 2012, IMS Research, now part of IHS, forecasts it to have five-year compound annual growth rate of 5.3% from 2012 to 2017. July 09, 2013

The Z-Wave Alliance is a consortium of more than 200 independent manufacturers that build wireless home control products based on the Z-Wave standard. Mark Walters, chairman of the group, joins the conversation to discuss the increasingly competitive home automation/home security landscape. By Rodney Bosch · June 03, 2013




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