AARP and SRA agree that security starts with Genesis

SSN Staff  - 
Friday, April 1, 2005

GERMANTOWN, Md. - Genesis Security Systems said it has received security access control and CCTV system contracts from AARP and SRA International.

For AARP, an organization for adults 50 and above in the United States, Genesis will upgrade its Software House and CCTV systems. The organization occupies more than 550,000 square feet of office space in Washington, D.C.

SRA picked the systems integrator to upgrade software and related equipment at its headquarters in northern Virginia and elsewhere in the United States. The company provides information technology services and solutions.

Security systems integrator co-hosts university event

CANTON, Mass. - Systems integrator MAC Systems and Adam Thermos, an independent university security consultant, hosted a symposium in February that covered physical and network security on campuses.

The event covered a range of topics that included the need for security and privacy to how to budget for installations and continued maintenance. Approximately 60 university representatives attended from 28 schools in the Northeast.

Manufacturers were also in attendance; these included American Dynamics, Bioscrypt, CoreStreet, LG Electronics and Software House. Held at the Foxwood Resort in Ledyard, Conn., attendees were also provided a tour of the casino’s surveillance security system.

Nortronics protects the big apple

NEW YORK - Nortronics Corp., a system integrator here, has designed and installed access control and intercom systems for the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center and Grand Central Towers.

Nortronics offers customized access control systems and cards. It designs, installs and maintains a range of security systems, such as CCTV over IP technology.

The company has more than 40 years of experience.