WASHINGTON--Infragard, a national information-sharing program between the FBI and the public, has been primarily focused on data security in the past, but a spokesman for the program said at a Security Network event in early May that there is a new push toward members with a physical security background.
Currently, Infragard members gain access to information and experts on topics of computer intrusion and infrastructure vulnerabilities, but the program would like to branch out into other related topics.
LAKE HORN, Miss.--In early May, North American Video opened the doors to its fourth regional office here, not far from where Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi meet on the banks of the Mississippi River.
Clifford Franklin, president of commercial integrator Sabre Security, has a unique perspective on the War in Iraq and the War on Terror in general. With offices in New York City and London, his company operates at the twin epicenters of the war effort--and efforts by terrorists to disrupt the worldwide economy.
INDIANAPOLIS--System integrator and manufacturer Stanley Security Solutions, a division of Stanley Works, has been awarded Premier Certification from Cisco Systems, through their Cisco Channel Partner Program, which provides members with resources to implement Cisco networking solutions. Stanley was required to meet stringent personnel, training, customer satisfaction and post-sales support requirements to earn the certification.
TORONTO, Canada--Intercon Security Limited, a division of the $1 billion FirstService Security, which owns integrator SST in the United States, is growing rapidly thanks to one of the largest security contracts awarded in Canada, a 1,100-branch deal with one of Canada's largest banks.
Overseeing the implementation will be new president John Van Schepen, who's spent the past four years in Intercon's financial department, most recently as the senior financial executive in Canada, and has about 25 years in senior management.
HAMILTON, Bermuda--Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited, which operates in the security sector with its Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies division as both an integrator and manufacturer, announced this week first quarter revenues of $2.7 billion.