SIA Statement on NDAA Section 889 Part B
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SIA Position: Government Should Delay Implementation of NDAA Section 889 Part B

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Prohibition on certain Chinese video surveillance and telecom equipment expected to cost contractors more than $80 billion to fully implement; many questions still remain unanswered Following the release of the interim rule Friday, July 10, 2020 (read the Security Industry Association’s (SIA’s) preliminary analysis here), it is now clearer than ever that implementation of “Part…

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Implementation rules for NDAA 2019 Section 889
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SIA Analysis of New Government Rules on Select Chinese Video Surveillance and Telecom Firms

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Preliminary Analysis of FAR Rule and Other Implementing Regulations for Section 889(a)(1)(B) of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal 2019 (P.L. 115-232) What SIA Members Need to Know This preliminary analysis covers the regulation implementing prohibitions on procurement of certain Chinese telecommunications and video surveillance products found in section 889(a)(1)(B) of the NDAA…

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business network concept
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The Sharing Economy: Why Integrators and Manufacturers Must Work Together to Improve Customer Care

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For the past 30 years, a core set of assumptions has remained the same in the security industry, despite the fact that customer expectations, economic realities, technological complexities and the availability of skillful technicians have changed. The unchanged assumptions are that integrators “manage” and “control” the relationship with end users; manufacturers don’t have any direct…

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Cyber:Secured Forum
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Your Session Road Map for Cyber:Secured Forum

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Cyber:Secured Forum (July 29-31 in Dallas, Texas) is quickly approaching! This second annual cybersecurity educational summit will help your company: MINIMIZE the risk of cyberattacks on your integrated systems MAXIMIZE protection of your organization and clients MONETIZE cybersecurity by turning risk into business opportunities A day and a half of engaging general sessions for the…

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Security Market Index
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Security Market Index: March 2019 Edition

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Provided to SIA members as a review of current market conditions, the March 2019 Security Market Index shows the security industry slightly down but steady in 2019. New product introductions, product and service sales and new orders are driving overall confidence in the security industry, as optimism in those three areas keep the March index at 60, down from the 54 index reported for both January 2019 and November 2018.

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