Jeff Zwirn's Latest Posts

Read: Forensic Tip of the Month: Cover Yourself for Each Service Offered

Forensic Tip of the Month: Cover Yourself for Each Service Offered

SSI contributor Jeff Zwire shares why integrators should never use burglar alarm contracts for CCTV surveillance systems.

Read: Security Science: August

Security Science: August

Test your security knowledge with SSI’s August Security Science Quiz!

Read: Security Science Quiz: June

Security Science Quiz: June

Test your security knowledge with SSI’s June Security Science Quiz!

Read: It’s No Secret: Bush Incident Shows Secret Service Needs to Brush Up on Security Basics

It’s No Secret: Bush Incident Shows Secret Service Needs to Brush Up on Security Basics

An industry security systems expert calls foul in reaction to recent news that former U.S. President George H.W. Bush’s home alarm system has been offline more than a year.

Read: Opinion: White House Surveillance System Erase Gate?

Opinion: White House Surveillance System Erase Gate?

Basic principles of proven security best practices are being missed, jeopardizing the leader of the free world.

Read: Forensic Tip of the Month: Proceed Into Construction Contracts With Caution

Forensic Tip of the Month: Proceed Into Construction Contracts With Caution

Let’s take a look at pointers involving construction contracting.

Read: Security Science Quiz: February

Security Science Quiz: February

Test your security knowledge with SSI’s Security Science Quiz!

Read: Ensure Access Control Systems Are A-OK by AHJ

Ensure Access Control Systems Are A-OK by AHJ

Failure to comply with requirements issued by authorities having jurisdiction when designing and installing access control systems could lead to serious or even fatal injury.

Read: Security Science Quiz: January

Security Science Quiz: January

Test your security knowledge with SSI’s Security Science Quiz!

Read: The Secret Service Could Learn From Alarm and Security Professionals

The Secret Service Could Learn From Alarm and Security Professionals

The recent White House breach demonstrates a lack of basic security layering best practices.

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