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ASIS to honor military, law enforcement and EMTs at 2014 show

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08/25/2014

ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Active law enforcement, military and EMTs will get free admission Oct. 1 at the ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Atlanta. That day has been designated Law Enforcement/Military Appreciation Day.

Speco woos with IP savvy

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08/25/2014

AMITYVILLE, N.Y.—Video surveillance manufacturer Speco Technologies may be best known for its analog solutions, but it is well into IP-based technology these days.

Batter up! Protecting Little League World Series

Female phenom draws crowds—and need for added security—at this year’s event
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08/21/2014

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.—A 13-year-old female pitching phenom drew unexpected crowds to the Little League World Series this month, testing physical security for the annual event in this small town.

Video verification: A police chief’s perspective

For law enforcement, the essential task for video verification technology is to maintain confidence that a priority response is needed, police chief says
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08/08/2014

HIGHLAND PARK, Texas— Law enforcement is taking an increasingly active role in shaping video verification alarm policies.

Vivint creates CSO position, hires federal cyber expert Joe Albaugh

New Vivint CSO Albaugh was security chief at DOT, FAA
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08/05/2014

PROVO, Utah—Joe Albaugh, who has joined Vivint in the newly created position of chief security officer, brings significant cyber expertise, having previously served as chief information security officer at the U.S.

Report: LPR useful tool but obstacles remain

Privacy, data retention and sharing must be addressed to take full advantage of LPR, Rand Corp. finds
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08/01/2014

PITTSBURGH—License plate recognition technology has taken off with law enforcement agencies—some surveys estimate 70 percent of local agencies are using it.

Setting up security at 9/11 Memorial Museum, Plaza and Pavilion

Many stakeholders involved in lengthy process
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07/28/2014

NEW YORK—Cameras, access control, intrusion detectors, magnetometers, radio communication: There’s much involved in designing a new facility’s complete security system. When you’re designing that system for the 9/11 Memorial Museum, Plaza and Pavilion, it’s even more complicated.

More in store for Samsung ‘Eco Partners’

Camera manufacturer enhances ‘STEP’ program, launched at ISC West
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07/28/2014

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—Samsung’s strategic partners, including end users, can more easily submit project registration, access training, and up-to-date pricing and other product information as part of enhancements the camera manufacturer is making to its Samsung Techwin Eco Partners (STEP) program.

Feenics ‘built by a VAR for VARs'

Paul DiPeso heads up new cloud-based access control company
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07/28/2014

OTTAWA—Feenics, a new cloud-based access control platform launched earlier this year, has named Paul DiPeso as VP and GM, and is attracting the attention of some integrators who are demoing or getting ready to install Keep, which is Feenics’ first product.

De Fina joins SightLogix

Former head of Panasonic, Samsung, joins smart thermal camera manufacturer
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07/18/2014

PRINCETON, N.J.—Calling it the “next great company,” Frank De Fina announced that he’s joining smart thermal camera manufacturer SightLogix as EVP of sales and marketing.

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