BALTIMORE—Securityhunter, a government security solutions integrator headquartered here in February received a $200 million Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) to provide security systems and support services for 1,500 Social Security Administration locations nationwide.
FRESNO, Calif.—Sonitrol-Kimberlite monitoring station assisted law enforcement in more arrests of criminal trespassers and burglars than any other security organization in the United States, the company announced in mid-January.
LAS VEGAS—The Connect Security Expo @ ISC West, will have a variety of IT professionals keynote the conference, held parallel to ISC West here, because of “transformative insights on the convergence of physical and cyber security,” Reed Exhibitions said in the announcement.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.—In a recent report Fierce Telecom note that research organization IHS, based here, predicts that the combination of professionally monitored smart and connected device revenue is expected to have a CAGR of 20 percent from 2014 through 2019 in the America
LYNN, Mass.—The National Fire Protection Association has appointed Paul Silva, customer service manager for Wayne Alarm Systems, as the Central Station Alarm Association’s voting member to their NFPA 72 Supervising Station Systems Committee, according to the Lynn Daily I
WASHINGTON—The Washington D.C. City Council unanimously voted to increase rebates for local property owners who install security cameras on their premises, the Washington City Paper reported in early January.
LAS VEGAS—CES, a consumer-based electronics expo held here Jan. 6-9, increased security for 2016, adding bag restrictions, body screening, more security personnel and increasing registration and identification requirements.