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N.C. school district moves from people to tech for access control

42 schools to receive Aiphone system
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09/11/2014

WILMINGTON, N.C.—Visitors to most schools in the New Hanover County district at the start of the new school year will be viewed on video before being allowed in. For the 42-school district, which previously “relied on people” for access control, that’s a big security move, its safety director said.

Booking appointments for ASIS

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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Information about our "20 under 40" awards

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Now is the time for you to submit your nominations for the Security Systems News "20 under 40" Class of 2014.

Cannabis protector rolling out transport division

Canna Security America launching Cloverton Group
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06/09/2014

DENVER—Securing the increasing number of legal marijuana growing sites and sales outlets in the U.S. poses a unique set of challenges, including transporting the product. Canna Security America is launching Cloverton Group to help deal with that.

Taser, on a roll, focuses on hospital use

Security directors mixed on deployment
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05/02/2014

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—Taser International, coming off two banner sales years and “practically saturating” the law enforcement market, is focusing anew on hospitals.
The company’s stock price has risen nearly fivefold in the past two years, topping $20 earlier this month.

Boston hotels: Marathon safe, secure, normal

Even bomb-sniffing dogs ‘blended in’ in hotel lobby
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04/23/2014

BOSTON—A day after the Boston Marathon brought more than 32,500 runners, hundreds of thousands of spectators and security in full force to the city, hoteliers were basking in the normalcy of the event.

LPR privacy concerns in hands of end users, Genetec says Video retention, access are easily customized

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02/25/2014

MONTREAL—Two weeks after deploying license plate recognition technology, a Florida airport got a hit on a wanted criminal headed to the airport from its perimeter.

Fingerprint biometrics gives hospitals more security choices

Tyco’s popular hospital security system integrates with Entertech
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12/13/2013

WESTFORD, Mass.—Users of Software House’s C-Cure 9000, the security and event management system popular at hospitals, can now add another layer of security with the addition of Suprema fingerprint readers.

Security and the shutdown

Erickson: Continuing resolution is best outcome for security industry; SIA working to mitigate effect of shutdown on integrators
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10/21/2013

WASHINGTON—There’s no doubt that the government shutdown has affected the security industry, and the best outcome at this juncture would be a long-term continuing resolution, Don Erickson, CEO of the Security Industry Association told Security Director News.

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