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SafetyCare introduces facial recognition technology, receives UL listing

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2008

READING, Pa.—SafetyCare announced on Nov.

SIA releases IP standard, encourages compatibility

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01/01/2008

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The Security Industry Association on Nov.

LoBenn installs Brown at top

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2008

OTTAWA—LoBenn, a designer and manufacturer of IP products for the security and fire alarm monitoring industry, based here, hired David Brown as president in September. Brown joins the company with 30 years of experience in the technical management aspect of the telecommunications industry.

CSAA video standard nears approval

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01/01/2008

VIENNA, Va.—On Nov.

LaserShield dealer forum knows how to motivate

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12/13/2007

ORLANDO, Fla.--Not often at security events do you get smoke, lights and a live appearance by Dr.

CSAA online courses approved in NYC

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2007

Vienna, Va.--The Central Station Alarm Association announced that two of its online operator courses have been approved by the New York City Fire Department.

California fires create havoc for monitoring companies

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12/01/2007

NORTH HOLLYWOOD and SAN DIEGO, Calif.--The daily operations of security firms in southern California couldn't escape being affected by the wildfires that spread over 515,000 acres in California and destroyed more than 2,000 homes.

CMS announces construction of $2.5m Ca. facility

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12/01/2007

CYPRESS, Calif.--CMS, the combined wholesale monitoring operations of CMS and Criticom International, announced on Oct.

Alert Alarm of Hawaii meets with Chinese security delegation

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2007

HONOLULU, Hawaii--Alert Alarm of Hawaii was recently visited by Feng Luo, president of the China Security Association for the Ministry of Public Security Peoples Republic of China (CSA). Luo shared information about growth in the Chinese market for monitored alarm systems.

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Poll

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?