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Oroho’s legislation, S-4119, would significantly increase penalties for the transfer or lending of licenses issued by authorized boards in the state.
The funding will be allocated to the installation of silent panic alarms to alert law enforcement during an emergency as required by Alyssa's Law, as well as other school security upgrades.
The Alarm Industry Communications Committee has petitioned the FCC for a delay and believes strongly that without it, lives will be at risk.
Public Safety Updates CA: San Ramon Council passes increased false alarm penalties1.13.22 - Danville San ...
As the AT&T deadline looms in February, do not depend on the FCC to give you an extension
If you have been on LinkedIn lately, you have probably seen a lot of debate about something called compensation transparency. With the increase in pay equity laws across the country, many candidates are calling for more information regarding salary range when it comes to applying for a new position.
Monitoring climate and potential damaging elements like water and gas represents a high need and potentially lucrative path for security pros to boost revenues.
For 2022, increasing the value of your brand by evaluating new multiple access network platforms and reducing process friction should be a critically important priority.
A good many small-business owners, installing security contractors among them, looked to 2021 as a chance to rebound and rebuild from nearly a year of coronavirus-induced turmoil.
The Security Business expert integrator panel outlines the challenges, pitfalls and potential massive reward of federal, state and local government security contracting (January 2022 cover story)
The technology's evolution is enabling integrators to create more robust strategies for perimeter security