MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Raymond James has hired Stephan Segouin as a managing director in the firm’s Security, Defense & Government Services Investment Banking practice. Segouin will work with group co-head Alper Cetingok to provide a full range of M&A advisory and capital-raising services to companies in the global security sector.
SAN RAMON, Calif.—ONVIF now has nearly 5,000 compliant IP-based physical security products and more than 500 member companies across six continents and has developed its fifth profile speculation—Profile A for advanced access control.
NORTH CANTON, Ohio—Utilizing cloud and API technology, Diebold is introducing its new Site Sentry video management technology which enables customers to view, assess and respond to security events in real time.
WASHINGTON—New York Sen. Charles Schumer plans to amend a Federal Aviation Administration bill, requiring drone manufacturers to incorporate geo-fencing to keep drones away from airports, ABC reported.
NEWTON SQUARE, Pa.—My Alarm Center awarded Kristin Hand its annual $1,000 scholarship. Hand, from Baxley, Ga., is studying criminal justice with hopes of being a lawyer, according to a recent statement from My Alarm Center.
SANTA MONICA, Calif.—A start-up based here that sells a smart doorbell recently received a lot of help—$28 million—from business mogul Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group; home builder J.F. Shea Co.; and home insurer American Family Insurance Group.