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U.S. general to keynote CSAA annual meeting

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Monday, August 25, 2014

General George W. Casey, the 36th chief of staff of the U.S. Army, will deliver the keynote address at the CSAA Annual Meeting, slated for Oct. 17-22 at the Fairmont Southampton in Bermuda.

CSAA EVP Steve Doyle to retire

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07/09/2014

VIENNA, Va.—Steve Doyle, executive vice president of the Central Station Alarm Association, an organization he has led for 22 years, will retired in October, according to a CSAA news release.

SIA’s new Hauhn Award honors collaboration

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11/25/2013

SILVER SPRING, Md.—The Security Industry Association announced the creation of a new award—the Jay Hauhn Excellence in Partnerships Award—in a Nov. 22 release.

Video verification a priority for new CSAA president Hauhn

Jay Hauhn wants PPVAR to be a CSAA standing committee; ASAP program also a priority
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10/30/2013

VIENNA, Va.—Establishing the Partnership for Priority Video Alarm Response as a standing committee within the Central Station Alarm Association will be a top priority for recently elected CSAA President Jay Hauhn.

Tyco Lenel deal important to large group of TycoIS customers

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10/28/2013

CHICAGO—Tyco Integrated Security announced at the ASIS show a new partnership with access control provider Lenel Systems International.

New role for Jay Hauhn

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Jay Hauhn, chief technology officer and VP of industry relations at Tyco Integrated Security, has been named president of CSAA. The announcement was made at the organization’s recent annual meeting in Quebec City.

SIA to award distinguished members at upcoming meeting

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10/22/2013

SILVER SPRING, Md.—The Security Industry Association will honor its distinguished members during its annual meeting at the ISC East exposition, the association announced Oct. 22.

NFC access control: cool and coming, but not close

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09/25/2013

If the operative word for near field communications access control is “cool,” then the obvious question is: “Are we there yet?”

SIA tells Obama safer schools possible without policy shift

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02/25/2013

WASHINGTON—With the debate raging on in Congress about school security after the shootings in Newtown, Conn., the Security Industry Association recently sent a letter to President Obama to let him know that steps can be taken now to make schools safer without major changes in policy.

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