Posts Tagged ‘Manufacturers’

Intelligent Building Systems - Building Automation & Control Systems: An Investigation into Vulnerabilities, Current Practice and Security Management Best Practice
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Intelligent Building Management Systems Report on Building Automation and Control Systems

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Co-presented by the ASIS Foundation, BOMA International (BOMA) and the Security Industry Association (SIA), these report and research materials provide groundbreaking, first-of-its-kind guidance for practitioners in the security and building management fields. Intelligent Building Management Systems: Guidance for Protecting Organizations provides a framework to help decision-makers assign a risk-based criticality or impact to their building and asks relevant security questions to develop appropriate mitigation strategies. It also serves to establish a common language between the many intelligent building stakeholders.

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SIA joins coalition related to safe transport of lithium ion batteries
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SIA Joins Coalition Activity Related to Safe Transport of Lithium Ion Batteries

The Security Industry Association, as a member of The Safe Battery/Products Transportation Coalition which represents companies and associations of companies that manufacture, use, and transport lithium cells and batteries and products containing them, has advocated for the enactment of H.R. 4, as reported from the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, without amendment to Section 509.

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Multi-industry letter in opposition of tariffs
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SIA Joins with NRF and Others to Voice Concerns over Tariff Proposals

In a letter on April 11 to Chairman Kevin Brady and Ranking Member Richard Neal of the House Ways & Means Committee, the Security Industry Association joined a long list of other organizations representing U.S. manufacturers, farmers and agribusinesses, retailers, technology companies, importers, exporters, and supply chain stakeholders, expressed “deep concern with potential impact of the Administration’s decision to use tariffs to address China’s unfair trade practices and its trade and investment relationship with the United States.”

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Dave Tyson speaks at The Advance 2018
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Dave Tyson on Secrets in Selling to the CISO

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Selling to the CISO is hard, but here’s what a former CISO had to say at The Advance. What are the secrets to selling to a CISO? Dave Tyson of CISO Insights shared his thoughts on this topic as the featured speaker at The Advance, SIA’s Annual Membership Meeting, held on Tuesday, April 10, 2018,…

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SIA Names Ted Curtin of Repworks Inc. and Joel Schwartz of LCA Sales as Sandy Jones Volunteers of the Year

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Silver Spring, Md.—The Security Industry Association (SIA) today announced recognition of Ted Curtin of Repworks Inc. and Joel Schwartz of LCA Sales as SIA Sandy Jones Volunteers of the Year for 2017. With the award, SIA recognizes Curtin and Schwartz for pioneering a new category of SIA membership with manufacturer’s representatives. Thanks to the efforts…

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BQT Solutions
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New Member Profile: BQT Solutions

BQT Solutions America Inc., based in San Diego, California, develops, manufactures and supplies security card and biometric readers, electromechanical locks, and related electronic security products. And BQT Solutions recently joined the Security Industry Association (SIA)! To learn more about BQT Solutions, we chatted with Daniel DeBlasio, Vice President of Sales, North America. Find more details…

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Mobile Credentials
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Everything Changes: Integrating Mobile Credential with Push Notification

In 2018, what is one of the technologies in our industry that is ripe for “game change”? Where will we see the rules of the game change forever in access control and how? In a word:  Credentials. Why do we make this claim? Three main reasons: Smartphone-based credentials are inherently more secure. Smartphone-based credentials can…

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The Security Buzz: February 23, 2018

Industry News Joe Hoellerer, SIA manager of government relations, recently testified before the New Hampshire House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee in opposition to N.H. HB 1733, known as the Digital Electronic Repair Act. This bill requires original equipment manufacturers to disclose proprietary source code, diagnostic and repair information to non-certified independent repair providers. SIA…

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