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Security companies among fastest-growing tech businesses

November 21, 2011Brief

YARMOUTH, Maine—Several companies that are active in the physical security space were listed on the Deloitte 2011 Technology Fast 500, released in October. Deloitte is a global professional services firm and has been compiling the list since 1995. Award winners were selected based on percentage of fiscal-year revenue growth from 2006 to 2010. The actual revenue figures were not included. Avigilon, a provider of cameras, video management systems and LPR software, ranked No. 4 with 38,796 percent...

2011, Aruba Networks, Avigilon, Blackboard Inc., Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Genetec, Identive Group, Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, Vidsys

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TechSec 2012 preliminary educational program announced

September 22, 2011SSN Staff

ORLANDO, Fla.—Details of the TechSec 2012 educational program were announced by conference organizers on Sept. 20, the second day of the ASIS show here. The eighth annual TechSec conference, sponsored by Security Systems News and Security Director News, will take place Feb. 7-8 in Delray Beach, Fla. "TechSec is the place for integrators, end users, consultants and manufacturers to discuss and debate how new and emerging technology is affecting the security landscape,” said Tim Purpura,...

20 under 40, 2012, Bob Banerjee, Brivo, BRS Labs, Chris Peckham, David Marra, Denis H�bert, Diebold, Donna Jones, Ducibella Venter & Santore, DVS, Ed Merkle, G4S, HID Global, Holly Tsourides, InterTouch Media Technologies, Jayson Swope, Jerry Cordasco, Kevin Engelhardt, Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, Mace CS, Manheim Atlanta, Morgan Hertel, NICE, Phil Santore, PSIM, Sharon Shaw, Software as a Service, Steve Van Till, TechSec Solutions, Tim Purpura, VideoIQ, Virginia Port Authority, World Trade Center

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Diebold woos Henry Bros., but deal with Kratos expected to close Dec. 9.

November 18, 2010Martha Entwistle

FAIR LAWN, N.J.—The price that Kratos Defense and Security Solutions will pay for Henry Bros. Electronics went up this week, from $7 per share to $8.20 per share, as the result of a rival offer from Diebold. Henry Bros. and Kratos on Oct. 6 announced a $45 million merger agreement. [] At that time, HBE entered a 40-day “go shop” period where HBE was able to entertain offers from other suitors. That “go...

Diebold, HBE, Henry Bros. Electronics, Imperial Capital, Jim Henry, Kratos Defense and Security Solutions

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