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Vanderbilt, a provider of security products and systems, recently announced plans for an enhanced strategic partnership with Access Hardware Supply to distribute the company’s access control solutions to the North American market.
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Boon Edam Inc. has launched security entrance instructional videos designed to deliver access to installation procedures for service technicians in the Americas.
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Allied Universal has teamed up with PlanetRisk to offer organizations an enterprise risk Software as a Service platform to stay informed of threats to their operation in real time.
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The American Ladder Institute (ALI)’s second annual National Ladder Safety Month has officially begun. For the month of March 2018, ALI will promote ladder safety through the provision of free resources.
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Tech Systems Inc. has achieved the ISO 27001 certification. This certification applies to the international standard that describes the best practices for an information security management system (ISMS).
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Ottawa-based ADGA Group Consultants Inc. Thursday announced it has acquired Extravision Video Technologies Inc.
Written by Neil Sutton
MONI Smart Security Monday announced it has reached a licensing agreement with The Brink’s Company and will rebrand its products and services with the Brink’s name in the coming months.
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ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware has announced all HES products are now covered by Securitron’s no-fault warranty.
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United Technologies Corp. is reportedly mulling a break-up, according to several news articles in the business press.
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Milestone Systems has launched the System Builder Program for hardware partners in the Milestone community. The open program enables hardware manufacturers to ship their servers, clients and storage solutions powered by Milestone XProtect software.
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On February 15, SP&T News hosted the 3rd annual Mission 500 Hockey Classic, raising more than $17,000 in support of Toronto Crime Stoppers Youth Programs. Sean Sportun and Martin Douglas discuss the importance of these fundraising events for Toronto's youth.
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As unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, become more popular and sophisticated, so does the demand for drone detection solutions in the security industry.
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Effective March 1, 2018, the Bosch Security Systems division will be known as Bosch Building Technologies.
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SP&T News recently reached out to a variety of security systems manufacturers and developers and asked them for some helpful pointers that we can relay directly to our readership. Read on for advice on customer relationships, IoT, legacy systems, connected devices, project management and more.
Written by SP&T Staff
SP&T News recently reached out to a variety of security systems manufacturers and developers and asked them for some helpful pointers that we can relay directly to our readership. Read on for advice on customer relationships, IoT, legacy systems, connected devices, project management and more.
Written by Neil Sutton
Many surveillance vendors have come under increased scrutiny in recent years as critics point to the industry’s spotty record on cybersecurity.
Written by Ellen Cools
Following the Dyn attacks in 2016 and the recently discovered “Devil’s Ivy” vulnerability, IoT devices are no longer simply the new trend in the security industry. Now, they are also the focus of cybersecurity strategies.
Written by Ellen Cools
Recently, Patrick Straw, executive director of the Canadian Security Association, sent an email to CANASA regional council chairs regarding an incident where the fire department removed a Greater Toronto Area (GTA) member’s technicians from a jobsite. The technicians had been changing smoke sensors on a standard wired alarm system.
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3xLOGIC has announced the schedule for the company’s roll-out of an online training program targeted at 3xLOGIC end users, integrators and employees. The first course commences March 12, 2018.
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According to a report from IHS Markit, mass-notification system (MNS) software used in emergency communication, the primary segment used during a catastrophic event, is expected to grow in the Americas at a compound annual rate (CAFGR) of 6.8 per cent from 2017 to 2021, reaching $293.1 million in 2021.

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