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Monitoring Matters

Pinky Swear

January 25, 2023Ken Showers, Managing Editor

It’s that time of the week where I look at what’s happening in the security world and I tell you what’s interesting. First up, I can’t believe I’m mentioning Pinkerton for a second time in this blog space. It’s kind of like seeing living dinosaurs, only for a second time now and they’re wearing people clothes. That is what I’m going to do, however, because the old once upon a time detective agency turned protection racket and corporate...

Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Pinkerton, Twitter

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Monitoring Matters

As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls

November 30, 2022Ken Showers, Managing Editor

You’ve read that title right. I’ve got the dulcet plucking of strings by Pat Metheny going on in the background as I write this, and it’s a rambling title for a rambling blog which I'll be getting to, but for now think of this as a tale of two governments. On Nov. 25, the FCC voted to expand the ban on monitoring hardware from several different Chinese companies, chief among them Huawei, and other familiar names you have likely read on this site. While this might seem like...

Dahua, FCC, Hikvision, Homestead Strike, Huawei, Pat Metheny, Pinkerton, Securitas AB, security personnel, Telecommunications

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20 Under 40

End Users '20 under 40' 2014—Kimberly Saint Laurent

December 11, 2014Amy Canfield

Kimberly Saint Laurent, 34 Site account manager, Pinkerton, on assignment at Pfizer La Jolla, San Diego, Calif. Saint Laurent got her start with AlliedBarton, became a security manager for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and then moved on to Pfizer, where she is responsible for planning and implementing physical, electronic and procedural security for five buildings, upwards of 1,000 employees and a 24-hour command center. She currently co-leads a global security training initiative at Pfizer....

20 under 40, 2014, Kimberly Saint Laurent, Pinkerton

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