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Is the U.S. economy finally affecting security?

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07/01/2008

WELLINGBOROUGH, UK--Though the talk at every trade show from ISC West to PSA-TEC has been about the security industry’s insulation from the downturn in the U.S.

IP camera numbers released

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06/01/2008

SANTA CLARA, Calif., and SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.

Niscayah moves in Germany

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06/01/2008

STOCKHOLM--Niscayah, formerly Securitas Systems, has acquired German systems integrator G4S Sicherheitssysteme for roughly $16 million, boosting its position on continental Europe’s largest security market and strengthening its service portfolio.

G4S Sicherheitssysteme is one of the five biggest security systems companies in Germany, with 300 employees and 20 branches across the country.

Axis, Bosch, Sony team for standards

Result will ease interface of network video products, complements SIA
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06/01/2008

FAIRPORT, N.Y.

Nashville road trip has team appeal

Organizers say ESX promises education, inspiration, success
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06/01/2008

NASHVILLE--In what’s being billed as “the premier training event for security integration and monitoring companies,” ESX, the Electronic Security Expo, will take place here June 25 through 27.

That promotion “speaks to the idea of what we’re really focused on-training,” said John Galante, president of AE Ventures, a subsidiary of EH Events, which is producing the event for the CSAA and NBFAA, who own the event.

Diebold unveils preliminary revenue numbers

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06/01/2008

CANTON, Ohio--Diebold this week released preliminary revenue numbers that have been long-awaited by some industry watchers, the more so considering United Technology’s recent hostile bid to buy the company.

Diebold estimated it took in $700.

MS&K opens New York office

Leading security law firm now more accessible on the East Coast
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06/01/2008

NEW YORK--Long-time law firm to the security industry, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp has opened an office here, at 12 East 49th Street, two blocks east of Rockefeller Center, on the 30th floor. It joins offices in Washington, D.

DHS extends TWIC deadline

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2008

WASHINGTON--The U.S.

Government Watch

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06/01/2008

Withholding requirement protested

The “three percent withholding requirement,” does not spell “relief” for security companies, according to the Security Industry Association. The requirement, which is scheduled to take effect in January 2011, would force federal, local and state governments to withhold and remit to the Internal Revenue Service three percent of payment made to contractors--including security companies--for goods and services.

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SSN News Poll July 2018

The guidelines for the EU GDPR—or General Data Protection Regulation—will become enforceable on May 25. These regulations, while being focused on European countries and their citizens, will have impacts for U.S.-focused companies. Is your security company concerned about the GDPR?