CEDIA has announced that a series of hands-on networking workshops will be hosted at the Manhattan-based Institute of Audio Research. Two of the workshops will cover introductory networking topics and one will cover advanced concepts.
COPS Monitoring, a Lydia Security Monitoring brand and provider of professional alarm services, announced its Grow Your Business roadshow. The no-cost seminars are designed to help alarm-installing companies learn how to manage attrition, optimize their teams to meet sales goals, and provide additional exclusive benefits that can help alarm-installing companies grow their business, the company described.
ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions offers multiple opportunities for continued career education — both online and in person — for locksmiths, installers and others who are involved in the critical work of properly securing facilities through doors and hardware.
Per Mar Security Services, a provider of total security solutions for residential and commercial clients based in Davenport, Iowa, and ranked No. 26 on the SDM 100, announced it has hired its first student, Luis Miranda, through its “Grow Our Own" Program.
While many security companies lack the tools, experience and knowledge necessary to deliver an engaging and successful webinar, host John Hunepohl has devised methods to overcome the challenges of conducting a live and engaging, highly effective session and offers training through his company Crystal Ball Creations.
The Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR) announced the following industry leaders will be volunteering for committees crucial to the growth of the organization and the future of priority response.
Paxton Access, a manufacturer of IP access control and door entry solutions, has announced a new dealer training program across its access control product range: Net2 and Paxton BLU. Paxton’s dealer workshops are being offered at a variety of locations nationwide, with more than 600 training sessions available in 2017.
AMAG Technology hosted its Security Engineering Symposium in San Antonio, Texas, February 17-20, 2017, at the La Cantera Resort and Spa. The theme for the event was “Where Collaboration Meets Success,” which encouraged the more than 80 consultants/engineers, end users and integrators attending to network and engage in security-related discussions about technologies, challenges and trends.
Gone are the days when cybersecurity was someone else’s problem. With savvy and tenacious hackers who can use almost anything connected to a network to access systems, and evolving and seemingly implacable threats, just where does the security industry stand on the cyber preparedness spectrum? Read more stories in September Issue 2017.