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Home Security Systems, Peripherals Said to Be Vulnerable to Hacking

A professional hacker claims to breach multiple security systems and connected devices, including intercepting video streams.


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A professional hacker claims to breach multiple security systems and connected devices, including intercepting video streams. SSI Staff · February 20, 2015

Many home and business owners in San Angelo, Texas, are adding extra security against prospective thieves during the holiday season, according to a local alarm company. SSI Staff · December 22, 2014

Despite a high number of false alarms in the city, the Colorado Springs Police Department have modified the way officers respond to security alarms following the death of a newlywed couple who was shot in their home by an teen intruder. SSI Staff · October 21, 2014

Here are a few possible intrusion detection products to help your customers deter burglars. Ashley Willis · June 04, 2014

A new AIREF-funded study scientifically supports the industry’s assertion that alarm systems deter burglars. More than four in five incarcerated respondents say they would try to determine if an alarm was present before attempting a burglary. And the presence of an alarm system would cause more than half the intruders to abort. September 30, 2013

A new AIREF-endorsed study seeks answers from the minds of burglars. By Scott Goldfine · March 10, 2013

Here is another example of why it’s important to train customers on handling intrusion alarms. Ashley Willis · January 24, 2013

ADT Security Services Inc. has reached a settlement in a lawsuit over a failed home burglar alarm with the estate of a mother of four children. October 05, 2011

Following the Detroit Police Department's recent declaration that it would no longer respond to burglar alarms without verification of an actual break-in, the alarm industry is gearing up to contest the policy, which takes effect on Aug. 22. August 16, 2011

Combination fire-intrusion alarm systems are a viable life-safety and security solution, providing they adhere to NFPA guidelines. Key considerations include nothing impeding the fire detection function and that it also supercedes security alarm signaling. June 22, 2011




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