Distracted operators? Increased alarm contractor liability exposure? Forensic alarm expert Jeff Zwirn pokes holes in UL-827’s pandemic-induced standard exception.
The increased rate of active shooter incidents is tragically turning into a “new normal.” However, security integrators can offer technologies to help minimize the frequency and damage of these events.
Legal expert Ken Kirschenbaum explains why the decision of this ADT lawsuit is likely to come back to haunt the alarm industry for a long time to come.
Both integrators and manufacturers must capitalize on the increased popularity of smart access control products and their integrations.
On the RISE is a column by SIA in partnership with SSI that profiles the next generation of security industry leaders. This month spotlights AMAG’s Ernie Velayo.
In the latest SECURE Perspectives, Dukes’ shares how she ended up in the security industry, access control trends and the importance of diversity.
Systems integrators must continue to nimbly maneuver and strategize to meet ever-shifting security needs and opportunities across a range of market niches — especially when it comes to electronic access control systems (EACS).
Security industry financial expert Rod Boston shares an industry wake-up call with Ron Davis.
Monitoring sits at the nucleus of myriad technology propositions and business models. Focusing on augmentation of systems can increase customer retention and average lifespan of a subscriber.
Within the 2022 edition, some stringent rules have been added to quantify what can and cannot be performed via remote access to the fire alarm control unit.