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Dallmann wins lottery job

April 8, 2015Martha Entwistle

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Dallmann Systems is revamping the Kentucky State Lottery in a project that CEO Tom Dallmann said is “at some levels, like working on a bank.”“There's a very high level of security,” both in terms of the system design and for the installers themselves, Dallmann told Security Systems News. “Our guys had to go through additional background checks and drug tests to do work in this environment and we're also precluded from being able to play the lottery.”The...

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Security fundamentals can be strong weapons against cyberattacks

February 18, 2015Kenneth Z. Chutchian

YARMOUTH, Maine—The recent security crisis at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield reaffirms that the constant threat of cyber hacks is the new normal. Business as usual in the security industry doesn't exist anymore. So what kinds of proactive steps are integrators and central stations taking to prevent cyberattacks?Nothing esoteric or revolutionary, actually. But they may be doing things more important than that—reinforcing the fundamentals of cyberhygiene, working harder to improve communication...

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Sweet 16 riot leads to more interest in new security system at University of Kentucky

April 30, 2014Martha Entwistle

LEXINGTON, Ky.—A security system installed by Dallmann Systems led to the arrest of three students who set fire to a car during a riot that ensued after the University of Kentucky beat Louisville in the April 1 NCAA Sweet 16 game. Publicity from the incident has also generated interest in expanding the security system, said Dallmann Systems CEO Tom Dallmann.“We had the satisfaction of seeing our installation at work,” Dallmann said.Local media reported extensively on how the security...

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Dallmann Systems opening Kentucky office

May 15, 2013Martha Entwistle

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.—Thanks to a multi-year university project and an acquisition, Dallmann Systems is opening a second office in Lexington, Ky., and is expanding business in this region.Dallmann is working on a major integration project at the University of Kentucky. “The initial phase is an approximately $3.7 million installation for 18 buildings. We're doing that right now and then we'll be contracted over the next five years to do over 300 buildings on and off campus,” said...

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Next Level Security Systems growing

March 13, 2013Martha Entwistle

CARLSBAD, Calif.—Next Level Security Systems executives say their sales revenue more than doubled in 2012 over 2011, and they're projecting more of the same for 2013. The privately held business does not reveal revenue figures, but increases in its employee count, office locations, customer base and trade show presence certainly seem to back up those claims of rapid growth.Three years ago Next Level could be found sharing space with other vendors at trade shows, but last fall it had one of...

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Dallmann Systems: Bid work done right is good business

November 14, 2012Martha Entwistle

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.—While the margins on bid-and-spec jobs are typically lower than negotiated security jobs, bid jobs can be an important part of a profitable business, Tom Dallmann, president and CEO of Dallmann Systems, told Security Systems News.Founded in 1971 by Dallmann's father, Dallmann Systems started out as an alarm company. By the time Tom Dallmann joined the business in the 1980s, the mass marketers had disrupted the alarm business with low-cost, $99 alarm systems. Fortunately,...

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