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Has crime increased in states that legalized marijuana? The answer is complicated

Has crime increased in states that legalized marijuana? The answer is complicated

As Congress considers legalizing marijuana on the national level, some Republicans have raised concerns about the impact such a move would have on the country’s rising crime rate.
ADT Authorized Dealer Safe Haven Fined $125K for Deceptive Sales Practices

ADT Authorized Dealer Safe Haven Fined $125K for Deceptive Sales Practices

An investigation was opened after a whistleblower provided the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office with a Safe Haven training manual containing deceptive sales tactics.
ANSI public comment period open for TMA-AVS-01 Alarm Validation Standard

ANSI public comment period open for TMA-AVS-01 Alarm Validation Standard

ANSI public comment period open for TMA-AVS-01 Alarm Validation Standard. July 27, 2022. Review and comments due by September 13, 2022.
8.8.22 NESA National Monitor

8.8.22 NESA National Monitor

Public Safety GA: Fannin swaps drafts on Alarm Ordinance with changes8.3.22 - FANNIN COUNTY, Ga. – Set to ...

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Legal Brief: Training Matters

Legal Brief: Training Matters

A massive settlement in the Champlain Towers condo collapse put security technology training in the spotlight
Vulnerability in Dahua’s ONVIF Implementation Discovered by Cyber Researchers

Vulnerability in Dahua’s ONVIF Implementation Discovered by Cyber Researchers

The vulnerability reportedly could be abused by attackers to access Dahua cameras with full privileges, including watching live video footage.
Why developers should be the human firewall in the supply chain

Why developers should be the human firewall in the supply chain

Why developers should be the human firewall in the supply chain. Organizations must focus on the talent already in their organization to help improve the security posture and reduce supply chain-embedded vulnerabilities.

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