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Residential

Supreme Security makes two acquisitions

May 4, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

UNION, N.J.—Supreme Security Systems, a regional security company based here, has acquired Homeguard Alarm Systems, based in Fair Haven, N.J., and CWR Security Systems, Inc., a residential, commercial and industrial security company with more than 30 years of experience serving Monmouth and Ocean counties in New Jersey.Terms of the deals were not released.“This is somewhat of a milestone for us because after taking care of some things in-house, and improving operations and the way we...

David Bitton, Homeguard Alarm Systems, NetOne, Supreme Security Systems, The PrivateBank


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Also Noted

Brian Duffy joins NetOne board

December 15, 2015SSN Staff

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C.—Brian Duffy, president of electronic security for Per Mar Security Services, joined the NetOne Board of Directors. NetOne, formerly Security Network of America, seeks to connect independently owned, full-service alarm companies in the United States and Canada and share best practices. Per Mar Security Services, based out of Davenport, Iowa, announced Duffy's appointment in late November.

Brian Duffy, NetOne, Per Mar Security Services


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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On The Editor's Desk

Security Networks of America makes a change

February 14, 2014Martha Entwistle

Security Networks of America has changed its name. The organization of 36 independent security companies is now "NetOne." Together, the 36 companies serve 775,000 customers throughout the U.S. and Canada. The group "shares best practices and compare performance to ascertain the most effective methods of giving customers what they need—and projecting what they may need in the future." Among other trends, the group "foresee[s] a rapid expansion of the remote interactive services our companies...

David Carter, NetOne, Scott Elkins, Security Networks of America, SNA, UAS in Philadelphia


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