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Two States Embrace Occupational Licensing Reform

Two States Embrace Occupational Licensing Reform

The effort to scale back onerous state licensing requirements has notched two victories in the opening days of 2023. The governors of Nevada and Ohio are reducing barriers to professionals hoping to offer their services to state residents: a step that benefits both these workers and their future customers.
State lawmakers propose power grid protections after attacks

State lawmakers propose power grid protections after attacks

Construction of all new security features would cost about $2.5 million per site, he said. But many substations already have fencing, which reduces the cost significantly. About $800,000 can outfit a single substation with pan-tilt-zoom cameras, intrusion detection and an access control system.
Riverside Calif. Police Dept. Adopts TMA ASAP

Riverside Calif. Police Dept. Adopts TMA ASAP

Riverside Police Department is the first state agency to adopt The Monitoring Association (TMA) Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP). The adoption by Riverside PD makes it the 119th Emergency Response Center to adopt the TMA's Automated Secure Alarm Protocol.
1.23.23 NESA National Monitor

1.23.23 NESA National Monitor

Public Safety Updates IL: Oglesby enacts fines for false fire alarms1.17.23 - WGLC - Oglesby - The ...

BUSINESS TIPS

Many businesses not changing security strategy despite crime surge: survey

Many businesses not changing security strategy despite crime surge: survey

Despite the rising crime, 42% of businesses haven’t changed their security strategy, said Pro-Vigil Surveillance Services in its third annual “The State of Physical Security” research report.
CES 2023: Top Trends to Broaden Your Smart Tech Portfolio

CES 2023: Top Trends to Broaden Your Smart Tech Portfolio

Looking to expand your scope? Smart plumbing, tricked-out doors and health and wellness solutions shown at CES 2023 in Las Vegas hold mass appeal and promise.
ASIS DEI Study Addresses Male-Dominated Security Market

ASIS DEI Study Addresses Male-Dominated Security Market

ASIS Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) report for corporate security market identifies challenges and makes suggestions for culture change.
Protecting the Connected Home: Home Security Meets Personal Privacy

Protecting the Connected Home: Home Security Meets Personal Privacy

Parks Associates research finds most consumers (72%) are concerned with the security of their smart home products and their network.

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Capitol View: Arkansas legislative session getting started, several bills filed

, Brock met with Rep. Jamie Scott and Rep. Aaron Pilkington of the Arkansas Future Caucus, a part of the Millennial Action Project. MAP seeks to connect young leaders on either side of the political aisle. They both speak on what they hope to achieve and what they want to see from the legislative session, despite their political differences.

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