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Posted: Apr 11, 2018
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by Ándria Morgan - MarCom Specialist

Greg Simmons, VP at Eagle Sentry, Talks Builder Relationships: Packages, Pitfalls, and Plotting the Discovery Experience with Homeowners. 

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Posted: Apr 10, 2018
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by Chris Heaton - Vice President for Advocacy and Public Affairs

Legislative action leads to new statutes and there were plenty of new laws with potential impact on the electronic security industry enacted in March. The following highlights some of the more notable bills enacted into law.

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Posted: Apr 9, 2018
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The community of Sandy Springs, Georgia, has revoked the registration of 39 of its city alarm companies, due to delinquent payment of fines. The action is in response to the city’s ordinance passed last year that made alarm companies — not residents — liable for repeat false alarms. The registration revocation has impacted many local ESA Member companies, leaving them ineligible to request emergency response.

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Posted: Apr 3, 2018
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Security America is excited to announce the launch of its new nationwide Worker’s Compensation Program through a partnership with AmTrust (an A Rated provider). As an employer you are obligated to take reasonable care to assure that the workplace is safe. Accidents happen, though. When they do, Worker’s Comp provides coverage.

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Posted: Mar 30, 2018
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by Mike King — Hosted Services Manager, Axis Communications

Since cybersecurity is a hot topic, you might assume your customers already know how to keep their businesses secure. In reality, cybersecurity isn’t on everyone’s radar, and all too often poor cyber health plagues organizations. Increasing employee knowledge on cybersecurity practices can cause a 30% decrease to security risks. Start working with your customers on securing their network by using unique passwords, updating their firmware and creating a plan to prevent...
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Posted: Mar 28, 2018
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At seven years old, Robert Few was running wire on burglar and fire alarm installations with his father. By 14, he was working in the family-owned monitoring center. By 30, he was vice president of the family company, which had changed its name to Criticom International and become the largest contract  monitoring company in the country at the time, with three locations and more than 300 employees.

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