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Pavion Acquires Integrated Security and Communications


Pavion acquires Integrated Security and Communications

January 19, 2024SSN Staff

CHANTILLY, Va. – Pavion Corp. has acquired Integrated Security and Communications (ISC), and with it, significantly enhanced its engineering, integration, and Fortune 500 national account capabilities across the U.S. The acquisition of ISC is the 20th for the integrated solutions provider since partnering with Wind Point Partners ("Wind Point") in June 2020. ISC was established in 2007 by Michael Thomas and is headquartered in Millstone, N.J. Thomas cemented...

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Integrator of the Year/Bill Bozeman Awards

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PSA, SSN to present second annual Integrator of the Year/Bill Bozeman Awards

March 9, 2023Cory Harris, Editor

WESTMINSTER, Colo. and YARMOUTH, Maine—PSA and Security Systems News are excited to announce the second annual Integrator of the Year and Bill Bozeman Awards, which aspire to identify the leading system integrators within security, from smaller, local integrators all the way up to the big nationals. Winners will be awarded at PSA TEC 2023 - taking place May 1-4 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas in Texas - and featured within the pages of SSN.  Broken down by size, there will be a winner...

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Surveillance serves many uses in hospitals

December 18, 2013Kenneth Z. Chutchian

YARMOUTH, Maine—A health care professional might tell you that people are generally not at their best when they enter a hospital as a patient. A security professional would agree.The contrast in perspectives, however, is dramatic. Health care professionals are potential targets for crime, while security professional try to see the whole picture with video surveillance.It's not a pretty picture, in terms of hospital safety nationwide. For video surveillance providers, however, hospitals are...

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