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The future of security ...

June 24, 2020Paul Ragusa, Editor

With the business landscape changing so dramatically over the past few months — possibly irrevocably — the task for many in security, including for consultants, integrators, dealers and manufacturers, is to figure out what the “future of security” will look like and how existing and new technologies can help companies to overcome challenges and stay profitable during these extremely trying times. As businesses and organizations begin to reopen, many are rethinking the way they budget...

forecast, future of security, security trends, Stanley Security Solutions


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Five Questions with Kara Pelecky

June 24, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

INDIANAPOLIS—STANLEY Security’s Chief Information Officer, Kara Pelecky, shares her love of horses, the advice her dad imparted to her, her favorite movie and more with SSN. Get to know more about her!ARE YOU MARRIED? ANY KIDS? ANY PETS? Yes, I’m married with four children in high school and college. I am an avid equestrian with big dreams and moderate skills, and am looking forward to growing my riding skills and possibly buying a horse.WHAT’S SOMETHING INTERESTING ABOUT YOU THAT YOUR...

Five Questions, Kara Pelecky, Stanley Security Solutions


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Online wireless locks moving forward, but not locked into the market

May 21, 2014Kenneth Z. Chutchian

Online wireless locks are making inroads in the security industry, particularly on the perimeters of large buildings with hundreds of doors inside."The trend is that one-and-a-half years to three years ago, 75 to 80 percent of electronic locks globally were offline,” said Blake Kozak, senior analyst of security and building technologies at IHS, a research and information company based on Colorado. “The market is shifting to online."Nevertheless, he notes, about 80 percent of the locks...

Allegion, Assa Abloy, Blake Kozak, Brad Aiken, Drew Alexander, Go Security Solutions, IHS, Mike Kotwicki, Paul Hevesy, Peter Boriskin


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Integrators eye iris recognition once more

September 17, 2013Martha Entwistle

YARMOUTH, Maine—Iris recognition technology is highly reliable and it's been available for years. But until recently, it's also been high priced and a technology that some people are uncomfortable interacting with. As a result, iris recognition's use in recent years has been limited to high-security locations such as hospital laboratories and data centers or niche applications where other biometrics, such as fingerprint, won't work.However, as prices plunge and the technology becomes less invasive,...

blaine frederick, EyeLock, iom, iris recognition, iris scanners, Jim Coleman, john nemorovsky, mark clifton, Matthew Ladd, operational security systems


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On The Editor's Desk

Once IR spins off security division, will others follow?

June 12, 2013Martha Entwistle

Once IR spins off its security division, will others follow? Poking around some investor conference info recently, I came across this tidbit on Seeking Alpha “Stanley Black & Decker Chairman John Lundgren made an interesting revelation during his chat at the Electrical Products Group Conference yesterday. [The conference took place in late May]. The exec says the company will keep an eye on the spinoff from Ingersoll Rand of its security business to see if a similar move would make sense for...

Barbara Santoro, Brett D. Bontrager, Ingersoll Rand, John Lundgren, Nelson Peltz, Patrick Shannon, security spin off, Stanley Black & Decker, Stanley Security Solutions, Tyco


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Stanley keeps an eye on access control

March 27, 2013Martha Entwistle

Stanley Security Solutions believes iris recognition technology is going to be the next big thing in access control. On Tuesday, it announced a new partnership with iris biometric provider Eyelock (previously Hoyos). Two years ago Stanely CSS announced a partnership with Hoyos. Here's that story. I spoke to Stanley CSS's John Nemorofsky who explained the difference between the partnership of two years ago and today's announcement. Two years ago, the announcement was Stanley CSS becoming the exclusive...

Blaine Fredericks, EyeLock, global biometrics solutions leader, Hoyos, John Nemorofsky, Stanley CSS, Stanley Security Solutions


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Banks are a key vertical and video surveillance is central to solution

January 2, 2013Martha Entwistle

PHILADELPHIA—Several national security providers—among them Diebold, Stanley Security Solutions and Protection 1—say they'll be focusing on the financial and banking vertical market in 2013, and said video surveillance would be a central component of their offerings.Why banking? For Diebold and Stanley, this vertical has been a focus for a long time.Jeremy Brecher, Diebold VP security technology and integration, said that security is a part of every aspect of the retail banking...

Banking, Diebold, Jeremy Brecher, John Nemerofsky, Lisa Ciappetta, Protection 1, Stanley Security Solutions, video surveillance


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Stanley Security Solutions appoints Jamie Raskin VP Global Biz Dev

October 21, 2010SSN Staff

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—Stanley Security Solutions (SSS) on Oct. 7 announced the appointment of Jamie Raskin to vice president of Global Business Development. Raskin will work closely with all SSS businesses within the platform to identify, close and integrate acquisition targets both domestically and globally. Raskin, who joined SSS as part of the SSS/Black & Decker merger, started with Black & Decker in 1988 as a Senior Engineer.

Jami Raskin, Stanley Security Solutions