AES Corporation announced the appointment of Corey J. Carter to the position of vice president of operations.
With ADT’s mobile safety platform, Lyft seeks to give riders and drivers more peace of mind
Grand opening ceremony attended by local officials and industry icons
Umbo will use the investment to help accelerate its global sales expansion and improve its portfolio of AI-powered security products.
Razberi will apply the funds to building out its market coverage and continuing to deliver products.
Price will continue to manage all internal and external corporate communications.
ABLOY USA is adding more support staff and has hired Shayne Spears as the new Vertical Market Manager for Oil & Gas.
Mike Taylor joins Razberi Technologies as VP of Sales to accelerate its growth in the video surveillance security arena.
Mission 500 announced that it raised $41,000 at its fifth annual Security Softball Game.
Huawei has been “suspended,” and effectively expelled, from ONVIF so long as U.S. sanctions remain on the mega Chinese manufacturer, according to a report released by IPVM.
- By John Honovich
- Sep 23, 2019
Richardson replaces Scott Osborne, who has taken over the Florida territory.
Company unveils next phase in its evolution at Global Security Exchange in Chicago
Jeremy Allison will be working to develop Paxton’s leading brands Net2, Net2 Entry and PaxLock
Leading Security Services Company Makes the 2019 List with a Three-Year Revenue Growth
of 255 Percent
IDIS America’s donation of technology from its next-generation video surveillance Total Solution supports the facility’s efforts to provide a safe environment for those looking to escape domestic abuse and transform their lives
As a primary element to this partnership, PSS will also provide technical training to S&G’s customers for S&G 2890B pedestrian door lock, and S&G’s government approved combination lock, S&G 2740B.
MOBOTIX is first manufacturer in Europe to obtain the French “CNPP certified” product certification for its cameras.
The state-sponsored hackers, best known as Fancy Bear, attempted to compromise popular IoT devices like office printers and a VOIP phone.
- By Haley Samsel
- Aug 08, 2019