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SIA announces Securing New Ground 2019 speakers

October 11, 2019SSN Staff

SILVER SPRING, Md.—Top c-level executives and security directors will headline at Securing New Ground (SNG) 2019, October 29-30 in New York City at the Grand Hyatt New York in Manhattan, with topics ranging from the humanity of security to consumer trends to managing corporate risk, and more.“Each year, SNG gathers the brightest minds in the security industry and offers a carefully curated program that inspires these leaders about the potential of the global security industry,”...

New York, Securing New Ground, Security Industry Association

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Security upgrade in works for NYC Housing Authority

October 27, 2015SSN Staff

ALBANY, N.Y.—New York state will spend $42 million on security cameras and other security equipment targeted at cutting crime at New York City Housing Authority developments, according to report from The Associated Press. The security upgrades will include interior and exterior lighting, intercoms, external doors and gunfire detection sensors, the report said. Shootings and robberies at city housing developments were up between Jan. 1 and Oct. 11 compared to the same period last year, New York...

Andrew Cuomo, New York

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New informational sessions to be offered at ISC East

November 11, 2014SSN Staff

NEW YORK—ISC East announced an addition to the educational program at this year's conference: a multi-session program called “Demystifying the Mass Evacuation and Notification Market.” This free program will be held Nov. 19 during the 2014 ISC East conference at New York's Javits Center. The three one-hour sessions­—“Understanding and Defining the Market,” “Building for the Future,” and “Plans in Action,”— are intended to help attendees...

ISC East, New York, Sandra Jones, SJandCO

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Fire Systems Installation

New York fire sprinkler laws to help public, industry

September 10, 2014Tess Nacelewicz

PATTERSON, N.Y.—New fire sprinkler legislation signed into law this summer in New York state will not only protect the public but could lead to increased business and perhaps state licensing for sprinkler contractors, according to a National Fire Sprinkler Association spokesman.“It's a step forward,” Dominick Kasmauskas, New York regional manager for the NFSA, which is based here, said regarding the two new laws signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in August.One requires landlords to include...

Andrew Cuomo, Dominick Kasmauskas, Kerry Rose Fitzsimons, National Fire Sprinkler Association, New York, NFSA, sprinkler laws

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