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Legal Briefing: Things You Ought to Know About Your Alarm Business

Legal Briefing: Things You Ought to Know About Your Alarm Business

You should conduct your business — from start to finish — as if you’re planning to sell. You should be maximizing the equity in the business.
Window and Door Security: A Growing Concern for Campus Safety Professionals

Window and Door Security: A Growing Concern for Campus Safety Professionals

More than half of campus protection pros say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an intrusion.
ADT Trusted Neighbor Uses Facial Recognition for Conditional Access

ADT Trusted Neighbor Uses Facial Recognition for Conditional Access

Got people helping you out at the house while you’re at work? ADT is making it easier for service people to get in and out of your home safely and securely.
5.20.24 – NESA National Monitor

5.20.24 – NESA National Monitor

Featured Articles Legal Briefing: Things You Ought to Know About Your Alarm Business5.17.24 - SSI - Ken ...

BUSINESS TIPS

Are phones winning the battle of credentials?

Are phones winning the battle of credentials?

For the longest time, security professionals have been coming up with new ways to do what the key has been doing for centuries – locking or unlocking a door.
Tips for Navigating Ethics and Compliance with Facial Recognition Solutions

Tips for Navigating Ethics and Compliance with Facial Recognition Solutions

Can businesses adopt cutting-edge biometric technologies without running afoul of regulation?
You’re Reading Body Language All Wrong

You’re Reading Body Language All Wrong

— And It's Putting Your Next Business Deal On The Line. Decode Non-Verbal Cues By Following These 5 Steps.

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Louisiana’s biggest cities see big drop in police arrests

Tracking arrest information from the four largest cities in Louisiana provided varied results in terms of transparency. New Orleans, Lafayette and Baton Rouge provided data on the number of arrests online. Shreveport was the only city that did not post recent arrest data online. That city's data on arrests is updated through 2021.

Texas Braces for Unprecedented Power Demand Amid Heatwave

Texas is on high alert as an early heatwave threatens to push electricity demand to record levels. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), which manages the state’s power grid, forecasts a significant spike in energy use, potentially setting new highs for May.