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Securing New Ground Panel to Highlight Embracing Change and Creating Value in Home Monitoring

It’s almost time for Securing New Ground (SNG), the annual executive conference  hosted by the Security Industry Association (SIA), and we’re looking forward to an exciting lineup of discussions on the security business trends that matter most. In one of the event’s featured discussions – Monitoring and the Home: Embracing Change and Creating Value – a…

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SIA Technology Insights STI Fall 2018
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SIA Technology Insights – Fall 2018

In every issue of SIA Technology Insights, we try to look to the cutting edge (and sometimes even to the bleeding edge) of security technology, to ensure you stay current with the steady whir of technology change. In that spirit, we start this issue off with two technologies – social media and facial recognition – that are seeing great adoption in the consumer space and poised to be adopted for security and safety applications.

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SIA Technology Insights Spring 2018 issue
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SIA Technology Insights – Spring 2018

In every issue of SIA Technology Insights, we try to look to the cutting edge (and sometimes even to the bleeding edge) of security technology, to ensure you stay current with the steady whir of technology change. In that spirit, we start this issue off with two technologies – social media and facial recognition – that are seeing great adoption in the consumer space and poised to be adopted for security and safety applications.

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Alarm Systems
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SIA Supports Common Sense Alarm Legislation in Maryland

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The Security Industry Association (SIA) recently testified in support of two bills before the Maryland General Assembly—Maryland House Bill (HB) 645 and Maryland HB 1117. Maryland’s HB 645 would update long-outdated local regulations by providing a statewide exemption for wireless, low-voltage alarm systems from electrical permitting requirements. These requirements were established when wired systems were…

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AICC Net Neutrality Comments to FCC 2017

The Alarm Industry Communication Committee, of which the Security Industry Association is a member, filed this document of comments on the Commission’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the above-captioned proceeding on WC Docket No. 17-108 in the matter of “Restoring Internet Freedom.” The comments were largely related to what is popularly referred to as the issue of “net neutrality.”

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SIA to Honor Teresa Wu of Oberthur Technologies-Morpho, Holly Borgmann of ADT with Statesman Awards at SIA GovSummit

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The 2017 Statesman Awards, presented at SIA GovSummit, represent outstanding contributions to advocating for the security industry before government decision makers. Silver Spring, Md. — The Security Industry Association (SIA) will honor two of its members with the SIA Statesman Award during a dinner event at SIA GovSummit on June 28, 2017, SIA announced today.…

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Security Monitoring Trends to Watch in 2017

As a company that integrates with a wide variety of security monitoring solutions—traditional physical security devices to business risk systems—SureView Systems obtains a unique perspective of the trends in the security monitoring arena. Looking ahead in 2017, here are five security monitoring trends we foresee. VMS Move to the Cloud Each of the major video…

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A Laser Focus on Enhanced Security

New scanners can improve the accuracy and reliability of intrusion detection systems The electronic physical security industry has done a good job with advancing technology over the past 100-plus years. Current systems are smarter than ever, and that intelligence brings new features and benefits. As more systems migrate to a digital format, larger amounts of…

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SIA Supports Alarm Companies in Maryland Legislative Debate

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H.B. 439 to exempt fire alarm systems from home improvement requirements Annapolis, MD. — Joe Hoellerer, an SIA manager of government relations, testified before the Maryland Senate Finance Committee on March 30 in support of an amendment to protect fire alarm companies from unnecessary regulation. Under proposed legislation H.B. 439, Maryland residents would receive an…

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