301.519.9237 exdirector@nesaus.org

Oklahoma 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

4 Out of 5 Workers Say Salary Not Keeping Up with Inflation

4 Out of 5 Workers Say Salary Not Keeping Up with Inflation

92% of global workers say inflation and recession are affecting careers, finances. 85% consider changing careers.
Man Realizes He Has Unauthorized Access to Brinks Home Customer Data

Man Realizes He Has Unauthorized Access to Brinks Home Customer Data

A Brinks Home customer in Canada recently discovered he had access to the account information of roughly 100 customers while attempting to troubleshoot his malfunctioning door sensors.
New Illinois law going into effect January 1st requires all homes have 10-year smoke detectors

New Illinois law going into effect January 1st requires all homes have 10-year smoke detectors

Illinois home smoke alarms must be equipped with 10-year sealed batteries starting January 1.
12-5-22 NESA National Monitor

12-5-22 NESA National Monitor

Public Safety Updates Dispatchers get accidental 911 calls from skiers ...11.29.22 - KSL - Summit ...

BUSINESS TIPS

Using Your CI Business to Build Your Own Annuity

Using Your CI Business to Build Your Own Annuity

With the right strategy, CI business owners can receive regular disbursements from their business after they’ve sold it off.
The Role of Risk in Gaining Wisdom

The Role of Risk in Gaining Wisdom

To take a calculated risk, you must evaluate the satisfaction with the status quo vs. the potential for more significant outcomes.
FCC Bans New Equipment Sales of Hikvision, Dahua

FCC Bans New Equipment Sales of Hikvision, Dahua

The ban applies to equipment sold by Hikvision, Dahua and other banned entities for “the purpose of public safety, security of government facilities, physical surveillance of critical infrastructure, and other national security purposes.”
PERS & mPERS: Getting Personal, Profitable With Emergency Response

PERS & mPERS: Getting Personal, Profitable With Emergency Response

Mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems are expanding opportunities beyond the historical PERS market. See how the mPERS lone worker use case can grow your RMR.

STATE & AFFILIATE NEWS

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