Rapid Security Solutions, LLC News

Electronic Security Expo announces winners of 2018 Innovation awards

ESX has announced the winners of its 2018 Innovation Awards program, which recognises outstanding products and services that drive the electronic security and life safety industry forward. Judges selected winners from a pool of applications from manufacturers and service providers, serving the industry with innovative end-user offerings and tools that help dealers, integrators and monitoring professionals become more efficient and profitable. The winners selected are recognised as next-gen pro...

Systems integrator Rapid Security Solutions hires Jennifer A. Theobald as new VP of Operations

Jennifer A. Theobald has joined the senior leadership team of Rapid Security Solutions, LLC (RSS) as Vice President of Operations. Theobald is a veteran of electronic security, holding high-profile positions at leading manufacturers and a preeminent central station monitoring company during her industry career. Critical time in company development Most recently she was a Business Development Manager for Axis Communications; her other credentials include sales, project management and operations...

How is the role of distributors changing in the security market?

Distributors have traditionally played an important role in the physical security market, ensuring ready availability of products that systems integrators need to complete their projects. But a changing industry has had dramatic impact all along the supply chain of which distributors are a critical link. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: How is the role of distributors changing in the market, and what is the impact?

Making wireless data more secure with additional layers of security

Two reports recently resurfaced – one online and the other on national television – that cited potential vulnerabilities of wireless intrusion door contacts and window sensors, devices commonly used to secure the perimeter of protected premises. These reports came after two independent researchers who work in the industry, but announced their findings independent of their positions, cited that alarm signals from sensors and detectors to the control panel could be subve...