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Argyle buys thrice

Growing integrator adds fire, detention capabilities
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02/01/2008

SAN ANTONIO--Argyle Security, an international integrator working in the corrections and commercial markets, has announced the acquisition of three companies for a total of $14 million. Argyle's principal subsidiary, ISI Security Group, the acquisition of which turned Argyle from a holding company into a going operation in 2007, will operate both Peterson Detention, which manufactures windows and furniture for detention facilities, and FireQuest, which installs and services commercial fire alarm and suppression products.

Ansley Comm. launches security division

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02/01/2008

CORNELIA, Ga.--Ansley Communications, a telecommunications and network integrator here, announced in December a new security division aimed primarily at the commercial market.

Sonitrol buys in Dallas

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01/01/2008

ERWYN, Pa.—Todd Leggett, Sonitrol senior vice president, expects the Dec.

Crime drives Land and Sea

Small firm adjusting to growth triggered by high-profile case
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01/01/2008

MILFORD, Conn.—Land and Sea Security Systems, a CCTV and access control integrator servicing Connecticut, has seen an increase in residential and commercial orders recently, since a triple homicide in nearby Cheshire in midsummer when two men broke into a home and murdered a mother and her two daughters.

Murdoch acquires Lansdell in guarding consolidation

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2008

NEW YORK—Guard company Murdoch Security Group on Nov. 12 completed the acquisition of Lansdell Protective Agency, based here.

The Asian way

ICD opens first Americas shop, emphasizing service above all else
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01/01/2008

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla.—ICD Security Solutions, a security systems integrator with headquarters in Beijing, opened its first U.

PASS educates the educators

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01/01/2008

FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, Ill.—In an effort to go “deeper than just trying to directly market our services,” PASS Security co-owner and general manager Brian Sullivan said an event the company organized for local K-12 educators was an unqualified success.

SAIC names Amy Alving chief technology officer

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2008

SAN DIEGO and MCLEAN, Va.—SAIC, now publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange, announced in early December the appointment of senior vice president Amy Alving to chief technology officer.

Integrator head Navarrete charged with federal bank fraud

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12/13/2007

CHICAGO--As an extension of a civil lawsuit filed in the fall of 2006, George Konjuch, the former security director at LaSalle Bank, and the owner of his security integrator, Armando Navarrete, were charged Dec. 5 with federal bank fraud and conspiracy.

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SSN News Poll March 2018

A variety of companies in the security and life safety space exhibited at CES, some launching products there. ADT launched its new ADT Go app and Medical Guardian announced the Freedom Guardian, to name a couple. Were you at the show?