BLOOMFIELD, Conn.—A recent study from NTT Com Security, a global information security and risk management company, found that 49 percent of the U.S. companies surveyed currently do not have insurance specifically for cybersecurity attacks.
HUDSON, Wisc.—Resolution Products in May announced that its full line of product offerings, including retrofit-ready Interactive Gateway Modules, and the Helix security and automation platform, will be stocked and available at North American Tri-Ed locations.
Resolution’s latest offerings are designed to deliver smartphone-controlled security and automation to most widely installed security platforms in the market today.
WESTMINSTER, Colo and Flint, Mich.—3xLOGIC, a provider of integrated intelligent security solutions and integration partner Sonitrol Tri-County, in May announced that together they will be working to boost security at Flint’s City Hall with a donation of high-tech, high-resolution video surveillance cameras, related recording equipment, accessories, and on-site installation at Flint City Hall.
COLLEGE POINT, N.Y.—American Integrated Security Group (AISG), a full service security systems integrator, announced in May that it completed an integrated security platform at Tranquility Solar Generating facility in Fresno, Calif.
SILVER SPRING, Md.— On May 20, SIA and Security Systems News are hosting a webcast about how the security industry can leverage the Internet of Things to drive better innovation, intelligence and value as technology becomes more mobile and social.
SAN FRANCISCO—Last year, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey received more than $68,500 in security services, an amount that is not that uncommon for large companies, according to an article that appeared in Fortune magazine.
PACHECO, Calif.—Bay Alarm, a provider of residential and commercial security systems based here, is moving its corporate headquarters to Concord, according to East Bay Times, which reported that the company is moving to a 60,000-square-foot building on Port Chicago Highw