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LifeShield customers to be ‘monitored by Protection 1’

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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Yardley, Pa.-based LifeShield Security offers wireless digital home security systems that are easy to install and are professionally monitored.

Leadership change at Stanley CSS

Byerly to departs; Marty Schnurr named new president
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05/16/2012

NAPERVILLE, Ill.—Tony Byerly, president of Stanley CSS North America and United Kingdom, is leaving the company, according to an internal announcement this week, Security Systems News has learned. Byerly will be replaced by Martin Schnurr, who is currently president of Stanley Hydraulic Tools.

New partnership links alarm industry, police, insurers

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

What may have seemed like a pipe dream to many a few years ago—getting the alarm industry, the law enforcement community and the insurance industry on the same page—is now reality with the Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response.

Shake-up at Devcon: Hafen replaces Ginsburg as CEO

Industry veteran Richard Ginsburg departs just weeks after taking job; former Pinnacle COO Steve Hafen now at helm
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03/21/2012

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—Devcon Security has a new CEO—its second one in about three weeks.

Protection 1 acquires retail-focused systems integrator

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03/19/2012

ROMEOVILLE, Ill.—Protection 1 on March 12 announced that it had acquired Camtronic Security Integration, a retail-focused security systems integrator based in Wilmington, N.C.

Richard Ginsburg new CEO of Devcon Security

Former Pro 1 CEO is back in the security business
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02/29/2012

HOLLYWOOD, Fla.—Golden Gate Capital, the owner of Devcon Security—a super-regional based here that has been rapidly expanding as a national player in the past year—has named Richard Ginsburg as Devcon’s new CEO.

Pro 1 acquires in Southern California

Company says acquisition of Custom System Technologies is a good fit
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02/21/2012

LONG GROVE, Ill.—Protection 1 recently acquired Custom System Technologies of Indio, Calif.

Telecom partners with professional security companies in second go-round

After going it alone in beta, Frontier decides partnering with big national security companies is the way to go
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12/01/2011

STAMFORD, Conn.—Frontier Communications about four years ago tried a go-it-alone experiment offering home security in a small town in Pennsylvania. The telecom, based here, did everything from marketing the product to monitoring it through a third-party monitoring center.
Now Frontier is taking a different approach in a second foray into the security market: It’s partnering with two security giants, ADT and Protection 1, to offer security products in two separate six-month trial programs, one in upstate New York and one in Pennsylvania.

NYMP still up for sale and Pro 1 proactive

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Here are a couple items of interest:

One is a short update on something I wrote about earlier this month: The proposed sale of the New York Merchants Protective Co. The sale is still awaiting a federal judge’s decision.

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