Honeywell has appointed Michael Flink president of its global security and fire business in Honeywell Home and Building Technologies. He will report to Terrence Hahn in his new role. Flink, who most recently served as ADI’s global president, replaces David Paja, who has left for a position outside Honeywell. Rob Aarnes, who most recently led ADI’s North America operations, has been appointed president of ADI Global.
The Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response (PPVAR) announced that Tyco, a part of Johnson Controls, has joined the organization as a full industry member. With the addition of Tyco, as well as ADT in September, and long-time industry member STANLEY Security, PPVAR now has the three largest companies in the electronic security sector as part of its 77-member roster.
Middle Atlantic Products has successfully launched an internal InfoComm CTS prep course as part of Legrand’s commitment to ensuring exceptional customer service and helping integrators successfully navigate the rapidly changing technology landscape, the company described.
Johnson Controls and Booz Allen Hamilton, a management and technology consulting and engineering firm, jointly published a new whitepaper that provides a roadmap for building managers, building owners, contractors and others to act to protect their information.
ScanSource Inc., a global provider of technology products and solutions, has been named to Fortune magazine’s 2017 list of World’s Most Admired Companies. The annual survey is given to top executives, directors and financial analysts, to identify the companies with the strongest reputations within their industries and across industries.
Rave Mobile Safety, provider of critical communication and data platform solutions, announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has formally recognized Rave Alert, Smart911 (the Rave 911 Suite) and Rave Panic Button as qualified anti-terrorism technologies through the award of both SAFETY Act Designation and SAFETY Act Certification. Through this award, key components of the Rave Platform are now on the DHS SAFETY Act’s Approved Technologies list.
NTT Security issued its quarterly Threat Intelligence Report, which underscores the need for more advanced tools to protect organizations’ data and networks from the evolving tactics, techniques and procedures used by cyberattackers. A topic of considerable public attention is the ability to determine the source of cyberattacks to determine their credibility and motivation.
CLARK Security, an Anixter company and wholesale distributor of physical security products and services, will be hosting its 2017 Midwest Educational Seminar & Product Showcase, March 9-11 at the Hilton Northbrook, located at 2855 Milwaukee Avenue in Northbrook, Ill.
CRC Press released the second edition of Intelligent Network Video, by Fredrik Nilsson, vice president, Americas, Axis Communications Inc. The book gives readers a comprehensive update on all video surveillance technologies and innovations that have taken place in the network video industry over the last eight years since the first edition was released.
The video surveillance market is evolving with changing technology and greater integration. Integrators such as Sonitrol of Evansville's Chris Dingman are finding these opportunities as the market continues its upward trend. Read more about SDM February Issue.