HARTFORD, Conn.—ADT is being sued by pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly, which alleges a security contractor’s carelessness allowed thieves to take millions of dollars in drugs from a Connecticut warehouse, according to a report from UPI.
TOPEKA, Kan.—Vivint has agreed to pay restitution, fines and investigative costs after being accused of violating Kansas consumer protection laws, according to a news release from Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt.
SOLON, Ohio—Mace Security International, a manufacturer and provider of electronic security products, has appointed Garnett R. Meador as general counsel and senior vice president of operations, according to a company statement.
PITTSBURGH—Vector Security, a security systems provider based here, has tapped Steven White as its new senior director of technology in its national accounts division, according to a company statement.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.—The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance is introducing access control and intrusion detection profiles for the physical security industry, according to a statement from the organization.
WEST WARWICK, R.I.—Cox Home Security, the security branch of Cox Communications, based here, is expanding its home monitoring service to Rhode Island, Connecticut and Ohio, according to a company statement March 19.
NEW BEDFORD, Mass.—This city’s fire alarm system is so old it’s continually being compromised, forcing the Fire Department to ask people to report emergencies by phone, according to an article from southcoasttoday.com.