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Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds recently signed legislation that prohibits cities and counties across the state from fining alarm companies for the false ..
At least five lawsuits have been filed in Dallas and in South Florida by North Texas ADT customers, and more are expected. Local law firms are seeking more victims in ads that offer free legal consultations.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, CES had decided to cancel all in-person aspects of the 2021 show and instead switch to an all-digital experience.
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You don’t have to be a fortune teller to predict massive subscriber defaults under alarm contracts once the economy reopens. Already subscribers are requesting deferment and outright forgiveness in their payments. Even in a decent economy we see subscribers attempting to evade liability by engaging in fraudulent or questionable transfer of ownership and management of businesses. We see it all the time.
ECR Retail Loss Group reports retailers should rethink their spend on video as an integrated business tool rather than just a security blanket.
Ron Davis has heard from multiple people in the locksmithing business that it is a natural lead-in to all security products.
Facial recognition algorithms developed prior to the coronavirus pandemic struggle mightily to identify masked faces, according to a preliminary study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
- If everyone is on the same page when it comes to communications, the department will be more effective, efficient, and successful, Jonah Smith ...
Survey finds that 67% of office workers prioritize security over convenience now when it comes to selecting a system
According to a new report Omdia, building owners and operators are not fully realizing the value of the data that being collected by the smart systems and products they currently have installed.
Nexkey says the coronavirus has had a major impact, with 44% of workers citing the pandemic has made access control more important for their business.