STANLEY Security, an integrator of comprehensive security solutions, announces its extensive presence at the upcoming 2019 Global Security Exchange (GSX) conference, taking place September 8-12 in Chicago. STANLEY Security’s 2,000-square-foot booth will offer various interactive experiences, including demo kiosks and a mega screen featuring industry-specific security solutions. GSX, hosted by ASIS International, brings together security professionals from all vertical markets to network, learn and reinvest in the industry. The conference offers education tracks for every security professional and an exhibit hall showcasing the full spectrum of security solutions. Providing security solutions Every industry is taking a hard look at how to protect against physical and cybersecurity threats" At STANLEY Security’s booth 903, attendees will have the opportunity to preview the latest solutions and technologies designed to alleviate some of the biggest security challenges facing businesses today. “Every industry is taking a hard look at how to protect against physical and cybersecurity threats,” said Kyle Gordon, vice president of sales and marketing at STANLEY Security. “It’s our responsibility to help customers address those challenges, which is why we provide data-driven security solutions that can help prevent and mitigate significant risks for their businesses.” Demo kiosks at STANLEY Security’s booth will include: IntelAssure Professional Services Cloud Access Control TRENDS Global Customer Portal Sonitrol
STANLEY Security, global manufacturer and integrator of comprehensive security solutions, launched a Managed Services Program (MSP) as part of its STANLEY IntelAssure, Powered by Viakoo, intelligent security automation platform. Managed Services Program The program’s new Camera Firmware Update Manager (CFUM) takes automated detection to a new level “We’re excited to launch our Managed Services Program and its Customer Success Team, which together will provide customers with a new level of customised security,” said Kyle Gordon, STANLEY Security Vice President, Sales and Marketing. “Our technology specialists can detect and diagnose threats in near real time and execute the needed security fix while the customer stays focused on their business.” The program’s new Camera Firmware Update Manager (CFUM) takes automated detection to a new level. CFUM identifies where hackers can infiltrate a vulnerable surveillance device and gives STANLEY’s Customer Success specialists the ability to update unprotected devices and help protect malware from infiltrating the company’s security network. Cybersecurity “We know that cybersecurity is a growing business need,” Gordon said. “Our Camera Firmware Update Manager proactively detects cyber issues within a company’s security infrastructure so that our Customer Success Team can then make cyber hygiene updates across a global network of devices with the simple click of a button.” “Our new Camera Firmware Update Manager, along with the Customer Success Team within our new Managed Services Program and the convenience of mobile access will give executive security personnel the tools they need to be confident their systems are void of downtime,” Gordon added. IntelAssure security automation platform STANLEY’s IntelAssure security automation platform will also be available in both Android and iOS mobile apps STANLEY’s IntelAssure security automation platform will also be available in both Android and iOS mobile apps so security personnel get the same near real time visibility of infrastructure configuration, device health and repair ticket status through the convenience of their mobile device. STANLEY’s IntelAssure platform together with the company’s new Managed Services Program is intelligent security automation that allows businesses, schools, restaurants, retail and more to reduce labor costs, increase operational efficiencies and alleviate security compliance concerns with access to the most up-to-date technology in the field.
STANLEY Security to provide major scholarship funding for leadership conference The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), an authority for campus public safety, announced that STANLEY Security, an integrator of comprehensive security solutions and IACLEA Corporate Partner, renewed its commitment to IACLEA’s educational programs in 2017 as a Premier-level Corporate Partner. Protecting institutions of higher education STANLEY Security’s support includes awarding scholarships to the Executive Development Institute; a premier sponsorship of IACLEA’s 2017 Annual Conference and Exposition; and underwriting two educational webinars. The company’s overall commitment and ongoing affiliation supports the association’s strategic initiatives to further its educational mission and to enhance the ability of campus public safety agencies to protect institutions of higher education. For a second year, STANLEY Security’s commitment will provide 16 scholarships for campus law enforcement leaders to attend the highly valued Executive Development Institute (EDI), March 27-30, at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. The EDI is designed to train current and newly appointed executives on law enforcement leadership and management topics pertaining to a campus environment. Free online learning The short application is due on Friday, February 17, 2017. As STANLEY Security strives to strengthen a culture of safety, knowledge, and information sharing among campus advisors and administrators, it is also sponsoring two educational webinars in the IACLEA Distance Learning Webinar Series, providing IACLEA members with free online learning. The next webinar is on March 2, discussing Clery Act Compliance: ‘Implementing the 2016 Clery Act Handbook: What We Know, What We Don’t and What Should You Be Doing Now.’ “Partnering with IACLEA, both nationally and locally, is an important endeavour for STANLEY Security” “STANLEY Security’s ongoing partnership and commitment to support IACLEA’s mission has made an incredible difference for our educational programs and professional development services to our members,” stated Randy Burba, IACLEA President. Distance Learning Webinar Series “IACLEA is committed to providing its members with training on the most current and relevant issues in law enforcement from leading experts in the field. STANLEY’s sponsorship of the Distance Learning Webinar Series aligns perfectly with our members’ professional development goals,” added Sue Riseling, IACLEA Executive Director. At the end of 2016, IACLEA selected Kyle Gordon, Vice President Campus Solutions, STANLEY Security, as its Chair of the IACLEA Corporate Partner Advisory Committee. “Partnering with IACLEA, both nationally and locally, is an important endeavour for STANLEY Security as we are actively engaged in promoting safer campuses across the country,” stated Gordon. “As a Corporate Partner, we take pride in the relationship and partnership we have with IACLEA and are honoured to be involved in collaborating and building relationships with its supporting institutional members.”
As a dedicated supporter of safety and security in healthcare facilities, STANLEY Security is expanding its support of IAHSS STANLEY Security, a leading global security company specialising in advanced integrated security solutions for a wide range of industries, announces that it is bolstering its association and partnership with the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). As a dedicated and fervent supporter of safety and security in healthcare facilities, STANLEY Security is expanding their support of IAHSS and its mission, to include their 2016 Annual Conference & Exhibition (AC&E). IAHSS is the only organisation solely dedicated to professionals involved in managing and directing security and safety programs in healthcare facilities. Healthcare security solutions For years, STANLEY Security has been a frontrunner in the market of enhancing safety and security for healthcare facilities. STANLEY Security offers a comprehensive suite of security solutions, manufactured products and cutting-edge technologies to provide superior enterprise systems specifically tailored to meet the complex needs and standards of healthcare environments. By identifying these needs STANLEY Security works with customers to promote and develop the highest level of standards for their security programme. Thought leadership and dialogue “STANLEY Security’s commitment to being a security partner through thought leadership and constant dialogue will assist the mission of IAHSS to provide the highest level of service, solutions and educational materials for safety and security in the healthcare marketplace,” said Kyle Gordon, Vice President, Campus Solutions – North America, STANLEY Security. "We are pleased to be unitedwith the IAHSS, an extraordinaryorganisation that has educatedand served healthcareprofessionals for almost 50 years" “We view this partnership as an extension of our continued dedication to developing and implementing security technologies for healthcare facilities,” said Gordon. “We are pleased to be united with the IAHSS, an extraordinary organisation that has educated and served healthcare professionals for almost 50 years, giving us the opportunity to assist with and support their mission.” “STANLEY Security is one of the leaders in the security industry and is a key collaborator to help us advance the associations’ goal of promoting the importance of safe healthcare environments,” said Jeff Young, President, IAHSS. “With membership at an all-time high, this partnership will help us to continue to develop, educate and provide the most efficient and advances solutions available.” IAHSS AC&E Conference With the enhanced partnership and support of STANLEY Security, IAHSS will have the opportunity and resources to promote safe and secure environments for staff, patients and their families. One of the collaborative activities between both will be the AC&E May 22nd-25th, in Charlotte, North Carolina. This show is expected to be the second largest in attendance in 48 years, and STANLEY Security will serve as an exhibitor, as well as a sponsor of two keynotes and a breakout session titled “Security as a Valued Business Partner: Modern Strategy for Operational Excellence.” The IAHSS AC&E Conference will be held May 22nd – 25th at The Westin Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina.
STANLEY Security, a leading global manufacturer and integrator of comprehensive security solutions for a wide range of industries, announces STANLEY Guard, a smartphone and cloud-based personal safety and security response suite. The STANLEY Guard Personal Safety app allows users – whether they are students, employees, or executives – to send alerts, including video and their GPS location, directly to their security command center for immediate response. The STANLEY Guard Security Response app is designed to coordinate incident responses and provide a means of task management for facilities and institutions that manage their own security. Finally, the STANLEY Guard Command Center platform provides businesses, schools, and other facilities an effective means to verify and dispatch their security resources and manage mass notifications. Provides personal safety The STANLEY Guard campus security mobility solution provides personal safety beginning with a user triggering an alert from their Personal Safety app. Once the alert is triggered, the user’s smartphone immediately notifies the STANLEY Guard Command Center portal and begins to transmit the user’s identity and location, as well as live audio and video that may be used as evidence of the incident. If the user chooses, he or she may then shake their smartphone, turning the device into a high-volume, strobe-light alarm. As the Command Center portal receives the alert triggered from the user’s smartphone in real-time, the authenticity and severity of the threat may be verified. In addition to receiving the user’s real-time video and audio evidence, location and identity, the Command Center also sees a record of previous alerts, including comments from dispatchers and first responders. Once the Command Center verifies a threat, a police or security officer may be dispatched through the STANLEY Guard Security Response app. Further, the Command Center can choose which security officer to dispatch based on either their proximity to the incident or their unique qualifications and skill set. Security personnel are notified of the incident in progress, and are provided with all pertinent information, including a map and GPS guidance to the incident’s location through the STANLEY Guard Security Response app. The Security Response app may also be used to capture and coordinate video and audio evidence, as well as provide detail response reports from each individual security personnel. Key features: Send Alerts: users can notify security whenever the need arises from anywhere on their premises. Schedule Meetings: automatically alert authorities if the user deviates from their schedule and does not switch off a timed alert. Conduct Journeys: the user can set pre-arranged routes and automatically alert authorities if they deviate from their route and do not switch off a timed alert. Man-Down Functionality: the user can activate this feature to automatically alert authorities if their device senses a fall, collision, or similar incident. Lone Worker Safety Solutions: provides employees with a direct line to security in any situation. Geo-fencing: assign security personnel to defined areas to improve coverage, efficiency, and productivity. “STANLEY Guard is a mobile security system that utilises the powerful tools already built-in to the technology in everyone’s pocket,” said Kyle Gordon, Vice President, Campus Solutions at STANLEY Security. “The real beauty is that STANLEY Guard coordinates all of these smartphone tools, like video recording and geo-locating, to create a complete security solution that provides real-time evidence collection and security response. Whether it’s a college or enterprise campus – or any other type of facility, for that matter – creating a safe environment should not be a burden directed solely at law enforcement or security authorities; it needs to be a collaboration between the protected and their protectors. With STANLEY Guard, everyone can take an active role in protecting themselves and their institution.”
STANLEY Security will help support special events as a major sponsor at the 2016 IACLEA Annual Conference & Exposition IACLEA announced recently that STANLEY Security, a leading global manufacturer and integrator of comprehensive security solutions for a wide range of industries, and IACLEA Corporate Partner, has committed to supporting IACLEA’s association programmes in 2016, including new Executive Development Scholarship opportunities and a premier sponsorship of the Annual Conference. STANLEY Security’s overall commitment and ongoing relationship supports the implementation of the Association’s strategic initiatives; to further its educational mission, and to enhance the ability of campus public safety agencies to protect institutions of higher education. “We are grateful to STANLEY Security for its partnership and commitment to support IACLEA’s mission by helping us provide continued educational resources and professional development services to our members,” Stated William F. Taylor, IACLEA President. Educating on law enforcement leadership Specifically, with the enhanced commitment, STANLEY Security is providing ten scholarship opportunities for the 2016 Executive Development Institute (EDI), taking place March 7-10, at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. The EDI is designed to train current and newly appointed executives on law enforcement leadership and management topics pertaining to a campus environment. Additionally, STANLEY Security will help support special events as a major sponsor at the 2016 IACLEA Annual Conference & Exposition, the premier meeting for campus public safety leaders, scheduled for June 24-27 in Phoenix, Arizona. As the Annual Conference Host Institution, Arizona State University Police Department coordinates all aspects of the special events, including the Host Reception, Golf Scramble, and 5k Law Enforcement Torch Run. “STANLEY Security is already a fantastic partner with Arizona State University in making our campus’s safer,” said Michael Thompson, ASU Chief of Police. “We are thankful for their gracious support of EDI and the IACLEA Annual Conference, which are both being hosted in Arizona this year; it certainly speaks to their dedication to campus safety.” "We believe in the core of IACLEA’s mission, and the importance of taking an integral role in establishing a longstanding culture of safety on campuses across the country", says Kyle Gordon, VP Campus Solutions, STANLEY Security “Partnering with IACLEA, both nationally and locally, is an important endeavour for STANLEY Security as we are actively engaged with giving back to the community that gives so much to us,” stated Kyle Gordon, Vice President Campus Solutions. “We believe in the core of IACLEA’s mission, and the importance of taking an integral role in establishing a longstanding culture of safety on campuses across the country. We are more than happy to continue our support to this organisation and campuses as a whole.” Security solutions for colleges & universities STANLEY Security actively partners with colleges and universities nationwide by offering a comprehensive suite of security solutions specifically tailored to meet the complex needs and compliance standards of higher education institutions. As true consultants within campus environments, STANLEY’s commitment to being a security partner extends beyond technological innovations through thought leadership and continuous dialogue. The company proactively identifies potential needs to promptly provide the highest level of service, solutions and educational materials for higher education institutions. STANLEY Security employs a laser focus on the integration of security solutions, manufactured products, cutting-edge technologies and unparalleled customer service to provide superior enterprise system solutions.
The grants will provide the winning institutions with STANLEY Security installed products and solutions STANLEY Security, a leading global manufacturer and integrator of comprehensive security solutions for a wide range of industries, announces the winning colleges and universities of its TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Programme. Those colleges and universities that accumulated the most votes in the contest across three tiers of student size – under 8,000 students, between 8,000-19,999 students and over 20,000 students – have been selected as this year’s grant recipients and will share in the $600,000 grant. The grants will provide the winning institutions with STANLEY Security installed products and solutions, consultative security services, campus security standards development best practices, and compliance education opportunities. Winners: As the grand prize winners in the contest, the University of North Texas (UNT) located in Denton, TX will receive a $200,000 grant, the University of West Georgia (UWG) located in Carrollton, GA will receive a $150,000 grant and Kilgore College (KC) located in Kilgore, TX will receive a $100,000 grant. The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) in Arlington, TX is the recipient of a $75,000 grant, and Aquinas College located in Grand Rapids, MI is the recipient of a $25,000 grant. The sixth grant recipient is currently pending the school’s official acceptance of the award. “At STANLEY Security, we are committed to establishing a culture of safety and peace of mind for students, faculty and staff on every higher education campus throughout the nation,” said Kyle Gordon, Director, Higher Education – North America for STANLEY Security. “As a dedicated partner to over 2,500 colleges and universities in the U.S., we understand fully the unique challenges of protecting a campus environment. The higher education installment of the TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Programme allows us to be proactive in contributing to solutions that will help protect learning institutions across the country. We congratulate all of our winners for playing such an important role in helping us to ignite this conversation on a national scale.” "At STANLEY Security, we are committed to establishing a culture of safety and peace of mind for students, faculty and staff on every higher education campus throughout the nation" Open nominations: In its second year, nominations for the TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Programme were open to any U.S. higher education institution through mid-November of last year. Then, from January 19 through February 13, 2015, students, faculty, administrators, parents, alumni and members of over 200 qualifying campus communities were encouraged to vote daily online for their chosen school at www.stanleysaferschools.com, via SMS text messaging or on Twitter via a hashtag specific to each qualifying institution. The colleges and universities won by accumulating the most votes in the contest, separated into three tiers of student population size. STANLEY Security will present each winning school with official awards in the coming weeks. Customised solutions at each school are to be completed during 2015. Winning prizes: Offerings provided to all grant winners include consultative security services and seminars for school officials on security threat assessment and advanced Clery Act training offered by STANLEY Security partner and campus security experts, D. Stafford & Associates. Turn-key installations available to winners can be any STANLEY Security product or solution, including access control solutions, video surveillance, fire systems, intrusion systems, mechanical and electromechanical door hardware, mass notification systems or other security technologies. “Between the TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Programme, our new, three-year, extensive partnership with D. Stafford & Associates, the National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP), and IACLEA Corporate Partnership, and our ongoing efforts to continually initiate security education opportunities in the higher education market, we are making every effort possible to ensure that our nation’s students can feel a sense of safety and security in their postsecondary environments,” Gordon said. STANLEY currently partners with thousands of colleges and universities nationwide to promote the value of secure campus learning environments.
STANLEY and NACCOP will also co-sponsor a series of whitepapers on topics relevant to the Clery Act STANLEY Security, a leading global security company specialising in advanced integrated security solutions for higher education campuses nationwide, announces the significant growth of its partnership with D. Stafford & Associates and the National Association of Clery Compliance Officers and Professionals (NACCOP). As a strong supporter of compliance education in colleges and universities nationwide, STANLEY has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with D. Stafford & Associates and NACCOP to further establish STANLEY as a leading developer of content, resources, educational opportunities’ for colleges and universities. For years, STANLEY has been a forerunner in the market of enhancing safety and security in higher education facilities, colleges and universities throughout the country. As a premier provider of highly intuitive, integrated security solutions to stimulate safe learning environments, STANLEY is continuing its efforts to help educate school administrators and compliance committees on the complexities of the Jeanne Clery Act and other momentous compliance standards. Along with D. Stafford & Associates and NACCOP, STANLEY’s three-year agreement emphasises a commitment to the national effort to secure campus environments through an extensive network of knowledge and information sharing. Through the new agreement, STANLEY is renewing their sponsorship of the D. Stafford & Associates national Clery Act Compliance Training Academy, which includes six compliance training courses throughout the year in various locations around the country. STANLEY and NACCOP will also co-sponsor a series of whitepapers on topics relevant to the Clery Act, continuing an initiative begun in 2014 to make quality compliance education available to a more widespread security audience. NACCOP and STANLEY released two co-sponsored whitepapers last year – “Classification of Burglary under the Clery Act” and the “Violence Against Women Act” – and have released their first for 2015 – “Timely Warning Notices in Non-Stranger Rapes.” D. Stafford & Associates will also provide compliance training to STANLEY’s higher education experts in an effort to better support STANLEY’s 2,500 college and university partners nationwide. Also in alignment with the new agreement, STANLEY will sponsor a ten-part webinar series on the intricacies of the Clery Act for registered participants, the first of which was held on Feb. 12. STANLEY has also been named as a leading sponsor of NACCOP’s annual conference in Baltimore, MD, July 15-17, 2015 and will partner with NACCOP to develop the association’s first-annual member journal. STANLEY is renewing their sponsorship of the D. Stafford & Associates national Clery Act Compliance Training Academy The training program classes, webinar series and whitepapers are led by Dolores Stafford, President and CEO of D. Stafford & Associates and a nationally recognised expert on the Clery Act. A premier consultant on campus security in both the law enforcement and security industries for the last 18 years, Stafford served as a university campus police chief for 26 years and developed the Advanced Clery Act Training Program and others to assist institutions in coming into and maintaining compliance with federal policies aimed to better protect and alert campus populations to an imminent threat or catastrophic event. “As a leading systems integrator, it is STANLEY’s duty to understand the complexities of compliance so that we can properly develop and drive technology and services that will best support university law enforcement professionals,” said Kyle Gordon, Director, Higher Education – North America for STANLEY Security. “As passionate supporters of the development of safety and security policies and solutions for higher education campuses, STANLEY understands the immense value of education on the intricacies of compliance-driven initiatives like the Clery Act and are proud to continue our involvement with Dolores Stafford’s ground-breaking education efforts. As a global security solutions provider, we understand our need to be integral to expanding the conversation on following and developing new security compliance standards in higher education institutions throughout the country. We view this as an opportunity to more thoroughly educate the entire higher education market to be able to provide solutions that are more responsive to their needs, and the needs of their students, faculties and communities.” “We are thrilled to grow and expand our partnership with STANLEY Security to include even more opportunities to collaborate on initiatives surrounding safety at higher education institutions throughout the country,” said Stafford. “Extending our partnership over the next three years ensures that we are able to continue our efforts to secure our nation’s universities, so that the focus can remain on the pillars of knowledge these great institutions represent.”
STANLEY Security's Grant Program will provide the opportunity to enhance safety and security across the country STANLEY Security, a leading global manufacturer and integrator of comprehensive security solutions for a wide range of industries, announces this year’s TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Program, now open to the higher education market. In its second year, the STANLEY Security TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Program will provide the opportunity to enhance safety and security in the nation’s approximately 4,500 higher education institutions by awarding winning schools a share of at least $500,000 in STANLEY Security installed products and services. Any higher education institution – both public and private, from smaller community colleges to large-scale campus environments across the U.S. – is eligible to participate. In addition to the $500,000 provided by the grant, STANLEY Security pledged to raise the value of the TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS grant by $50 for every visitor to the company’s booth at the 2014 ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar & Exhibits, September 29-October 1 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, in lieu of giving away promotional items at the booth. “We’re proud to be able to continue our TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Program this year by focusing on our nation’s higher education institutions,” said Kyle Gordon, Director of Higher Education Market Solutions – North America for STANLEY Security. “At STANLEY Security, our passion and commitment to campus safety is unparalleled in this industry. As a partner to over 2,500 colleges and universities across the U.S., we value the opportunity to learn from these institutions about how we can assist them in offering safer and more secure educational campus environments so students, faculty and staff can thrive. The TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Program is just another demonstration of STANLEY’s long-standing dedication to the present and future of our nation’s colleges and universities.” "As a partner to over 2,500colleges and universitiesacross the U.S., we valuethe opportunity to learnfrom these institutionsabout how we canassist them" Offerings provided to grant winners include consultative security services, access to STANLEY Security’s premier Software Solutions Group (SSG) and seminars for school officials on security threat assessment and advanced Clery Act training offered by STANLEY Security partner and campus security experts, D. Stafford & Associates. Turn-key installations available to winners can be any STANLEY Security product or solution, including access control solutions, video surveillance systems, fire systems, intrusion systems, mechanical and electro-mechanical door hardware, mass notification systems and other security technologies. Beginning October 7 - November 18, key decision makers at any U.S. higher education institution – including college or university Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Deans, Chancellors, Chiefs of Police, Security Directors or Directors of Public Safety – can nominate their campus for the grant program online by visiting www.stanleysaferschools.com. Starting January 19 and running through February 12, 2015, once nominations have been finalised, students, faculty, administrators and members of the campus community can vote for their school daily via the voting website, SMS text messaging or Twitter. Colleges and universities with the first and second-most votes across three tiers of campus size – under 8,000 students, between 8,000-19,999 students and over 20,000 students – will be selected as grant winners, for a total of six winners total. Winners will be announced on March 3, 2015. “We’re thrilled that we’re able to announce the launch of the TOGETHER FOR SAFER SCHOOLS Grant Program at ASIS 2014, the premier tradeshow for safety and security services, technologies, and trends,” Gordon said. “We’re excited for the opportunity to receive feedback from the thousands of security professionals who will be in attendance, and look forward to learning how STANLEY and our industry colleagues can continue to improve safety and security for all institutions of higher education.”
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