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  • Too much occupational licensing could stop people from …
    12.24.23 – Illinois Policy – Illinois’ burdensome job licensing process makes it harder to become a security alarm installer, meaning holiday thieves such as the Grinch or the Wet Bandits from “Home Alone” might find burglary easier here than in neighboring states.
  • The Vital Role of Detection Technology and Security Integrators in School Safety
    12.19.23 – SSI – There is an increasing recognition of the indispensable role safety measures and technology play in addressing school safety.
  • Tech heavy hitters join forces to form AI Alliance
    12.22.23 – SIW – By Kiplinger Staff – Source Kiplinger Consumer News Service. A group of tech heavy hitters is joining forces to boost artificial intelligence with one key goal: a coordinated effort to enhance safety amid the rising fears of AI risk, including misinformation, cyber threats, discrimination and data theft.

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NESA is a federation of state associations established to serve and promote the electronic systems industry at the direction of, and through its affiliated state associations. Seven state associations are part of NESA – Arkansas Security Alarm Association (ASAA), Kansas Electronic Security Association (KESA), Louisiana Life Safety & Security Association (LLSSA), Maryland Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (MDBFAA), Mississippi Security Association (MSA), Oklahoma Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (OKBFAA) and Texas Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (TBFAA). For more info visit www.nesaus.org.