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An insurer for Eli Lilly & Co. filed a lawsuit against Tyco Integrated Security (TycoIS) in a Connecticut federal court Monday, claiming that a faulty security system led to the 2010 theft of roughly $80 million in pharmaceuticals from Lilly’s distribution facility in Connecticut. March 13, 2013

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

What big developments transpired in the intrusion detection market in 2012? Take a look at SSI's Top 10 most read intrusion news items to find out! December 26, 2012

A jewelry store owner here is crediting Peak Alarm Co.’s alarm response service for stopping an intruder from swiping valuable assets from his shop Sunday. December 05, 2012

How important is it to train customers to effectively handle an intrusion alarm system? An intrusion alarm incident at a Walgreens in Wauwatosa, Wis., offers a few reasons why alarm companies should regularly schedule follow-up meetings with clients to make sure they know what to do in the event of a break-in. Ashley Willis · November 20, 2012

SSI’s sister publication, Campus Safety Magazine, has just published the results of its latest security technology survey, which queries university, K-12 and hospital protection professionals about the systems installed at their facilities. Rodney Bosch · October 10, 2012

SSI’s sister publication, Campus Safety Magazine, has just published the results of its latest security technology survey, which queries university, K-12 and hospital protection professionals about the systems installed at their facilities. Rodney Bosch · October 10, 2012

Terminus of Christiansburg, Va., releases the fence intrusion detection system (F.I.D.S.), which uses shock sensors to detect the vibrations, or shock waves, caused by intrusion attempts. SSI Staff · September 26, 2012

Terminus of Christiansburg, Va., releases the fence intrusion detection system (F.I.D.S.), which uses shock sensors to detect the vibrations, or shock waves, caused by intrusion attempts. SSI Staff · September 26, 2012

ADS Security has introduced a new solution that merges its primary home security offering with home automation services, allowing consumers to remotely manage their systems from anywhere using a mobile device. September 26, 2012




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