WASHINGTON—Several national airports have sued the Transportation Security Administration over its directive that would turn exit security over to airport officials at the start of the year, news reports say.
DUBLIN, Ireland—Ingersoll Rand spinoff company, Allegion, is now an independent, pure-play security company, “a $2 billion start-up” with potential for continued growth in North America and big growth outside of North America, according to Allegion executives Dave Petrat
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—Festivities at this year’s Super Bowl could be fairly sedate if amped-up security for the big game bans tailgating at MetLife Stadium, which will be under so-called lockdown in the week leading up to the game.
SANTA ANA, Calif.—Universal Protection Security Systems has announced the acquisition of video security services provider THRIVE Intelligence—allowing Universal Protection Security Systems to expand its surveillance offerings.
WASHINGTON—The Security Industry Association has drafted a bill that would provide security integrators who contract with the Department of Homeland Security a more comprehensive and long-term picture of what DHS agencies need, said Don Erick
NEW YORK—Telguard and Videofied have formed an original equipment manufacturer partnership that the companies hope will accelerate the adoption of video verified alarms. The companies announced the partnership on Nov.
NEW YORK—It took systems integrator Total Recall more than one year to get government approval to donate a leading edge security system to protect the Statue of Liberty. Plans were well underway on Oct. 29, 2012, when Super Storm Sandy hit.
Martha Entwistle, editor of Security Systems News, talks to Simon Harris about IHS's acquisition of IMS Research and what the deal means for the research company's coverage of the physical security market.