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Jeron Electronic Systems announces new Security Division southeast regional sales manager

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CHICAGO, Ill.—Jeron Electronic Systems announced July 16 it has named Bob Eason the new Southeast Regional Sales manager for the Security Division.

Stanley CSS appoints Myslewski as VP National Accounts Government Program

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NAPERVILLE, Ill—Stanley Convergent Security Solutions on July 23 announced Daniel Myslewski as vice president of its National Account's Government Program. He will be responsible for leading Stanley CSS national efforts in the Federal Government and Government Contractor sectors.

Samsung Techwin America announces Duarte as Americas VP sales CCTV Division

SSN Staff  - 

CARSON, Calif.—Samsung Techwin America-CCTV Division, a provider of digital video security systems, on July 14 announced Pedro Duarte has been promoted to VP sales for the Americas, including all of North and Latin America.

ONVIF releases test tool


SAN RAMON, Calif.--ONVIF, one of a number of organizations working toward IP video standards and interoperability, announced in May a test tool and conformance process for its device discovery specification, which will allow manufacturers who have joined ONVIF to declare conformance to its released specification.

City of Batavia revises false alarm ordinance

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BATAVIA, Ill.—A story from The Chronicle, reported the City of Batavia has revised its false alarm ordinance.

Prince William County, Wash. has new alarm ordinance

SSN Staff  - 

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Wash.--The Washington Post reported a law that requires home and business owners to register their alarm systems with Prince William County police took effect July 1.

SIA announces Taylor as sales manager

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ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The Security Industry Association announced June 26 that Alain Taylor has joined the organization as its sales manager.



SSN News Poll July 2020

With the coronavirus keeping us all grounded for now, and with the future still not clear as to how long it will take us all to get back to some type of normalcy, this month’s News Poll looks to gauge readers thoughts and feelings on the immediate and long-term future of in-person conferences.