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TMA honors two award winners at General Business Meeting

October 20, 2021SSN Staff

MCLEAN, Va. —The Monitoring Association (TMA) had the distinct opportunity to recognize the exceptional contributions of two outstanding supporters of the association during its recent virtual General Business Meeting. TMA Standards Committee Chair Glenn Schroeder of NetOne received the Mel Mahler Award, while TMA Past President Robert R. Bean, formerly of Alert Alarm of Hawaii, was presented with the association’s highest award, the Stanley C. Lott Memorial Award, on Tuesday, Oct....

Donald Young, Glenn Schroeder, Mel Mahler Award, Robert R. Bean, Stanley C. Lott Award, The Monitoring Association (TMA)


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General News

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...

Brad Wilson, Christine Lanning, Cybersecurity, Dakota Security Systems, Dallmann Systems, Eric Yunag, Glenn Schroeder, Integrated Security Technologies, NetOne, RFI Communications and Security Systems


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Monitoring Matters

ASAP to PSAP: Full speed ahead

July 3, 2012Rich Miller

For central stations wondering if they'll ever be part of ASAP to PSAP, there was good news from ESX 2012: Progress continues to be made. Show attendees got an update on the protocol at a seminar led by Mark McCall of United Central Control, Glenn Schroeder of the Security Network of America, Pam Petrow and Anita Ostrowski of Vector Security, and Melissa Courville of DICE Corp. While ASAP might not be advancing fast enough to satisfy everyone in the industry, the panelists in Nashville listed a number...

Anita Ostrowski, ASAP to PSAP, CSAA, dice, ESX, Glenn Schroeder, Mark McCall, Melissa Courville, monitronics, Pam Petrow


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