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Kennebunkport approves changes to false fire alarm ordinance

SSN Staff  - 

KENNEBUNKPORT,, a division of Seacoast Newspapers, reported voters in Kennebunkport approved changes to the town’s false fire alarm ordinance on June 9.

Flowery Branch City Council gives first approval to new alarm law

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga.--According to a June 4 story at gainsvilletimes.

Payson, Ariz. adopts new false alarm ordinance

SSN Staff  - 

PAYSON, Ariz.--The Payson Roundup online reported on June 2 that the city of Payson had recently adopted a new false alarm ordinance.

Crestwood, Mo. approves false alarm ordinance

SSN Staff  - 

CRESTWOOD, Mo.--The South County Times online reported that the town of Crestwood on May 26 approved a new alarm ordinance.

Securing the security

Trusted Computing Group offers standards for network devices

SANTA ANA, Calif.--When Hirsch Electronics joined the Trusted Computing Group back in September, some industry members may have been scratching their heads.

Getting your slice of the stimulus pie


WASHINGTON--You want a piece of the $787 billion stimulus package? According to security industry experts who work with the federal government, many security and fire installers and integrators should be able to take advantage of some of these funds, but it’s not going to happen without doing a little homework. And while funds that can be used for security may not be available for weeks or months, now is the time to start doing some research.



SSN News Poll November 2019

As of October 2018, SSN had covered more than 65 mergers and acquisitions for that year, and this year, it seems M&A in the security industry is still as hot as ever. What are your thoughts about M&A in our industry?