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The Secret Service Could Learn From Alarm and Security Professionals

Following the recent White House breach, aggressive and sweeping changes need to be implemented at the White House now. Here's why the Secret Service should subscribe to many of the proven practices security…


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EE Systems Group Inc. of Temple City, Calif., releases the EE966D, a pure digital PIR detector based on patented revolutionary patented ePIR technology. SSI Staff · October 24, 2010

A new ordinance for the city of San Juan (Texas) will require all regulated business to have surveillance cameras ... September 15, 2010

Stanley Convergent Security Solutions' (CSS) says its monitoring specialists -- using Sonitrol's audio verification technology -- informed law enforcement officials of break-ins in progress that resulted in the apprehension of 20 suspects within the first 60 hours of August ... September 01, 2010

Perimeter security solutions provider Universal Safety Response Inc. (USR), a Smith & Wesson company, has been awarded $154,000 by a federal district court in its trademark infringement lawsuit against SecureUSA Inc. ... August 31, 2010

Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., introduces the 5800PIR and 5800PIR-COM wireless indoor motion detectors. SSI Staff · August 24, 2010

Sales of electronic security products and systems in the United States are expected to increase 9.3 percent each year to $17 billion in 2014, according to a new study by market research firm Freedonia Group Inc. July 27, 2010

I’d like to point you to a feature news article in our June issue that sheds light on the worthy endeavors of Larry Tracy and his self-assigned work to secure the historical California missions. Rodney Bosch · June 10, 2010

Sarnoff Corp. was the big winner at Wednesday’s New Product Showcase (NPS) hosted by Security Industry Association (SIA) at ISC West, earning the coveted “Best New Product” award. March 23, 2010

How can an alarm contractor proactively minimize loss while ensuring the security systems it designs, installs and monitors will be adequate in the context of its environment? Jeff Zwirn · February 28, 2010

Bosch Security Systems is defying those who think intrusion detection is all about mundane things like door contacts and motion sensors. A top executive explains how the manufacturer is making terms like intelligent detection, IP connectivity and wireless communications part of the intrusion vernacular. By Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2009




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