From: GSN Daily Insider
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: ISC West Wrap-Up: FLIR CEO Andy Teich shares major news and 2014 goals at annual press dinner
Date: Mon Apr 07 19:38:13 MDT 2014
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April 7, 2014 


If you're a magazine writer or editor, you see lots of press releases that describe the company being written about as "the world leader" in its field. Sometimes it's true, but usually not, and you wonder why so many writers of press releases make such an overreaching claim. 



Washington, D.C.-based Nasatka Security, a provider of vehicle barriers, video surveillance, and other security solutions, announced last week at the ISC West conference in Las Vegas that it was recently awarded a nationwide preventative maintenance contract from the United States Marshals Service (USMS).




Stanley Security announced an upgraded version of its eServices platform at ISC West, which it indicates will offer customers a more user-friendly experience, and which comes with new, feature-rich dashboards for security systems, including intrusion detection, video surveillance, access control, fire detection and integration. 




When it comes to K-12 school violence, the most violent crimes often make the headlines. But many other crimes and violent acts occur daily throughout school districts, and many other types of acts, such as mental and verbal bullying, not only cause emotional pain but can lead to far greater forms of violence.




The Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), based in Oak Ridge, TN, has selected Gemalto's Protiva IDPrime Personal Identification Verification (PIV) system to serve as its authentication system. Gemalto, an Amsterdam based digital security provider, created the Protiva IDPrime PIV card system to allow employees to use identification cards with embedded chips in lieu of passwords and usernames. 



"Fort Hood is one of the largest military installations in the world with almost 50,000 soldiers and civilians," said Brandon Maye. "There will naturally be more security issues present at this installation due to its size alone." Maye served as a military police officer for 10 years in various domestic military installations.


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