Retraining to Fill the Security Workforce Skills Gap

Retraining to Fill the Security Workforce Skills Gap

I recently read a headline that stated, “Amazon Commits to Investing Millions in Training." I wasn’t that captivated by the headline, as I would assume a company as large as Amazon would want/need to invest pretty heavily in training. I...
Legislative Report – August 2019

Legislative Report – August 2019

August saw more bills passing that will impact states in various ways. School security continues to receive priority attention from legislatures. We are also seeing an increase in data and consumer protection in legislation. The following bills highlight activity during...
California Bill Could Pose Significant Limits on Use of Independent Contractors

California Bill Could Pose Significant Limits on Use of Independent Contractors

You may have heard news reports about a bill in California that has ride share businesses like Uber and Lyft up in arms over its far-reaching impact on their business model - treating drivers as independent contractors. These and other...
Cutting the Wires: ESA’s National Training School Offering New Course Series to Bolster Wireless Expertise

Cutting the Wires: ESA’s National Training School Offering New Course Series to Bolster Wireless Expertise

The smart home is big, but homeowners aren’t the only tech-hungry habitants. For renters in apartments and office spaces where rewiring is prohibited, wireless systems could provide security for inhabitants and new revenue streams for integrators. According to the National...
ESA Membership Evolving in 2020: New Benefits, More Options

ESA Membership Evolving in 2020: New Benefits, More Options

Exciting new benefits – and, in some cases, a simpler dues structure – are on the horizon for electronic security and life safety companies across the country. New Benefits The new benefits coming for ESA members nationwide in 2020 include...
September 11 Anniversary: Daughter of North Carolina Firefighter Wins National Scholarship, Starts at Harvard

September 11 Anniversary: Daughter of North Carolina Firefighter Wins National Scholarship, Starts at Harvard

On September 11, 2001, 19 terrorist hijackers from Saudi Arabia and several other Arab nations boarded four airplanes at three East Coast airports and killed nearly 3,000 people at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon building...

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