301.519.9237 exdirector@nesaus.org

Maryland Edition

The National Monitor is a service of the National Electronic Security Alliance (NESA). Member states are free to reproduce the information contained herein in print or electronic media as they see fit. Contact NESA for more information at 301.519.9237 or bradshipp@4yoursolution.com

SPECIAL SECTIONS – Click on an Icon to visit a section

FEATURED ARTICLES

How Will Public Safety Be Affected by the 3G Sunset?

How Will Public Safety Be Affected by the 3G Sunset?

“Known as the 3G sunset, those affected include hundreds of thousands of people who have personal emergency response systems (PERS)” — over 85 percent of whom are seniors, live alone and are dependent on these devices to contact emergency services, members of the Alarm Industry Communications Committee (AICC) write in a recent opinion article for The Hill.
FL Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Thirteen Bills

FL Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Thirteen Bills

Today, Governor Ron DeSantis signed CS/CS/SB 1140 – Alarm Systems authorizing individuals with certain fire alarm certifications to complete a reduced number of training and continuing education hours for the prevention of false alarms;...
Beware of This Method Burglars Use to Mark Their Next Target

Beware of This Method Burglars Use to Mark Their Next Target

The way that burglars mark their targets will vary depending on where you live. However, some documented symbols you can look out for are ...
5.23.22 NESA National Monitor

5.23.22 NESA National Monitor

Public Safety Updates Wis. emergency communications head talks NextGen 9-1-15.16.22 - Wisconsin Public Radio - ...

BUSINESS TIPS

Is It Time to Target the Apartment Technology Market?

Is It Time to Target the Apartment Technology Market?

The multidwelling space is the hottest area of housing as high land prices lock out more potential first-time buyers from the single-family home market. As the apartment rental market grows, the apartment technology market might become more enticing for integrators as an installation option.
How to Develop Your Company’s Vision: Business Visioneering (Part 1)

How to Develop Your Company’s Vision: Business Visioneering (Part 1)

The quality and practical implementation of your business vision differentiates you from your competitors.
Why You Need To Change Your Perspective on Failure

Why You Need To Change Your Perspective on Failure

Making mistakes is just another step in achieving your goals. We need to change our perspective on failure.
A psychologist explains why negativity dominates your daily thoughts, and what to do about it

A psychologist explains why negativity dominates your daily thoughts, and what to do about it

Brain science offers strategies that go beyond positive affirmations to create more lasting change.
Why Does The Smart Chip Shortage Persist? An Explanation

Why Does The Smart Chip Shortage Persist? An Explanation

The issue continues to linger based off of that initial gap between increased demand and the capacity to meet it. There are efforts to build more foundries, but that's a process which can take years to complete

STATE & AFFILIATE NEWS

  • Maryland News
  • FARA News
  • Arkansas News
  • Louisiana News
  • Kansas News
  • Mississippi News
  • Oklahoma News
  • Texas News

How Will Public Safety Be Affected by the 3G Sunset?

“Known as the 3G sunset, those affected include hundreds of thousands of people who have personal emergency response systems (PERS)” — over 85 percent of whom are seniors, live alone and are dependent on these devices to contact emergency services, members of the Alarm Industry Communications Committee (AICC) write in a recent opinion article for The Hill.

GCVHCS Chief of Police, VA Police Officer Participate in National Police Week 5K

F. Keith Bradley, the GCVHCS Chief of Police Services, ran the 5K around the Biloxi VA Medical Center campus, escorted in a police vehicle driven by Cpl. Jason Attaway, a GCVHCS Police Service employee. Bradley ran the 3.1 miles in honor of VA Police Officer Marvin Bland, a Marine Corps Veteran killed in an automobile accident while responding to a fire alarm at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Bedford, Massachusetts.

New Oklahoma law looks to take on robocalls

Businesses subject to the law have a number of new rules, including: Only being able to call between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Not being able to intentionally change their number or name that shows up on caller IDs. Only being able to call a person up to three times per day.