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TAC acquires Applied Control Technology

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10/01/2006

DALLAS--Following close on the heels of a major merger with Invensys Building Systems, TAC announced on August 11 the acquisition of Applied Control Technology, a company based in Raleigh, N.C.

Chubb Security opens Chicago office

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SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2006

CHICAGO--Chubb Security, a division of UTC Fire & Security, announced in late August the opening of a new Midwest regional office here. Located in a facility owned by Carrier, another UTC company, the office will offer integration services targeting specifically the financial, retail, manufacturing and hospitality verticals.

Convergint gets SD into analytics

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10/01/2006

SAN DIEGO--As evidenced by the burgeoning Security Network's efforts, this city is increasingly focused on securing its critical infrastructure. Convergint teamed with analytics manufacturer Cernium to secure a piece of that infrastructure when it designed and installed a surveillance system for a water pumping station here this summer.

Johnson Controls secures Fla. schools

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SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2006

MILWAUKEE-- Florida's Broward County Public Schools, the nation's sixth largest school district, have hired Johnson Controls to design and install a security tracking and response system (STAR). Incorporating SISCO's FAST-PASS system provides a standard method to document and track visitors as they enter and exit school sites, helping the school district comply with the Jessica Lunsford Act, which took effect in September 2005 and set requirements to prevent sexual offenders or predators from having access to Florida public school district campuses.

Entry brings Viscount to Texas

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10/01/2006

HOUSTON, Texas--To begin their relationship with Viscount, Entry Technologies is installing the manufacturer's MESH entry systems and card access in two luxury condominium projects here. Entry's top brass cited Viscount's unique technology and appearance as deciding factors in choosing to represent the brand.

Honeywell signs Remote Business

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SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2006

SYOSSET, N.Y.

Infrastruct lands $4m to expand

Specializing in critical infrastructure, integrator starts with security vulnerability assessments
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09/01/2006

HOUSTON--Just five years after selling Engineered Protection Services to Sonitrol, much of EPS's management team are back on board with Infrastruct Security, which on July 1 landed $4 million in venture capital to help build out a central response center here and increase its push into the critical infrastructure protection market.
Andrew Wray, Infrastruct's vice president of marketing and business development, said he, president and chief executive officer Daniel Weiss, and a few others sold to Sonitrol in 2001, spent a year working under the new ownership, and then left to spend two years out of the business, abiding by a non-compete covenant.

NAVCO adapts CoVi's high-def

Manufacturer tweaks hardware for institutions' needs
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09/01/2006

ANAHEIM, Calif.--With a long history in the banking industry, NAVCO Security Systems has worked with everything from film in canisters to the latest digital technology, so industry members should take note when Jim Kauker, NAVCO's executive vice president of sales and marketing, says, "We can finally throw away digital-to-analog conversion.

Honeywell secures Alaskan army hospital

$2.5 million deal with Army Corps of Engineers typical of growing security work
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09/01/2006

MINNEAPOLIS--Honeywell announced in late July a contract for $2.5 million worth of security integration at Bassett Army Community Hospital, located at Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska.

HSM does more with the web

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SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2006

LISLE, Ill.--HSM Electronic Protection Services announced in July the creation of eAccountManager, a new service that allows customers to access detailed, up-to-date information on the status of their installation projects, service repairs, purchasing activity and budgeting information.

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SSN News Poll July 2015

Studies show a correlation between having women in the boardroom and profitability. And yet, there remains a dearth of women in the security industry. Some organizations, including SIA and the Women's Security Council, are actively working to expand the number of professional women in the security industry. What is your company doing? Why do you think there are so few women in the industry?

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